A popular multipurpose paint thinner and solvent has the same properties as turpentine coupled with the beneficial removal or harmful aromatic elements. Due to its slow drying characteristics, TALTINE is useful in controlling alkyd and oil colours. Ideal for cleaning art tools such as brushes, palette knives, palettes, etc.
ODORLESS SOLVENT (Taltine): Low odour diluent alternative to turpentine. Dries slowly and is therefore useful in controlling alkyd and oil colours.
TURPENTINE SUBSTITIUTE: A natural substitute with a light, distinct smell. Excellent for cleaning brushes but not recommended for thinning paint.
DAMMAR VARNISH: Dries quickly to a high gloss. For use with oil and alkyd paintings, prints, maps and drawings.
PICTURE VARNISH: A traditional way of protecting oil paintings. Dries quickly to a high gloss.
PICTURE VARNISH MATTE: Another traditional way to protect your oil painting that dries clearly to a matte finish.
RETOUCHING VARNISH: Dries to a non-yellowing finish. Provides temporary protection to recently completed oil paintings. Designed to allow overpainting and does not form a skin on the canvas.