final varnish for acrylic and oil paints, acrylic resin-based, white spirit, turpentine oil, transparent colourless, non-yellowing, can be thinned and removed with white spirit
This Amsterdam acrylic varnish provides a permanent protective coat against dust, dirt and moisture. This liquid varnish in a glass bottle can be applied with a flat paintbrush. The desired level of transparency can be attained by means of mixing the matte and the glossy versions (please note: do not use a plastic cup!). The spray version of this varnish is particularly useful for sealing purposes when making collages or embedding materials or working on especially rough surfaces.
Processing: The varnish should only be applied after a paint has completely dried - after 4 or 5 days in the case of acrylic paints, after 6 to 12 days for oil paints. Room temperature must be maintained for the picture as well as the varnish during the application and drying process because otherwise there is the danger of a whitish layer developing through condensation on the surface of your work. The matte liquid varnish should be applied in a single coat (even when mixed with the glossy version) in order to achieve an even surface and should only be applied in one direction. After drying, the coat of varnish can be removed with white spirit. This procedure might be required when the surface of your work has become extremely soiled or damaged.