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Chartpak Varios Grumbacher Mis Kit de líquido frisket-1.2 oz
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GRUMBACHER-Misket Liquid Frisket is a fluorescent orange colored frisket, for use on hard-sized watercolor papers, photos, and other media, to mask areas that are meant to be painted once the dried frisket is removed. It washes out of pens and brushes with soap and water. This package contains one 1.2 fl. oz/35ml jar. Caution: Contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions. Conforms to ASTM D4236. Imported
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I used Miskit because was making precise shapes with watercolors...I was always sure to remove the frisket within 24 hours because I didn't want the orange dye to stain my paper. All went well, the edges on my watercolors were clean and the frisket was easy to remove.
BUT over the last 6-7 months as the paintings have been exposed to light, the orange dye has reappeared. They are not getting direct sunlight - the light is filtered through shades but obviously this dye reacts to UV rays or this wouldn't be happening.
Since there's no way to control how one's work is displayed once it is sold I cannot recommend using a product with such an unstable dye.
One minor negative issue, though: The red pigment used so the mask can be seen on the paper settles way too quickly to the bottom of the jar so stirring is frequently required if using for more than a couple minutes.
This product is only for watercolor paints or non-acrylic inks. Do not attempt to use frisket to protect areas on a surface to be painted over with oil or acrylic paints. Acrylic paints are polymers (Liquitex. Grumbacher, Golden or Winsor Newton). These paints bond together molecularly, and cannot be rubbed off the frisket. (I tried several mediums, with no success other than watercolors.)