Speeding up the Drying of Long Open Time Products

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*Adding water actually speeds up the drying but can also reduce the strength and integrity of the paint film.
*Adding water actually speeds up the drying but can also reduce the strength and integrity of the paint film.
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*Add GOLDEN Matte Medium to the glazes to speed up the drying, increase film hardness and lock down.  Thin the GOLDEN Matte Medium with some water first in the case that the Medium is too thick.
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See: [[Understanding Drying Time of Slow Drying Materials]]
See: [[Understanding Drying Time of Slow Drying Materials]]

Revision as of 15:15, 18 July 2011

There are times when you may need to speed up the drying time of a slow drying medium. This can be done by adding a faster drying medium to your mix.

  • Adding water actually speeds up the drying but can also reduce the strength and integrity of the paint film.
  • Add GOLDEN Matte Medium to the glazes to speed up the drying, increase film hardness and lock down. Thin the GOLDEN Matte Medium with some water first in the case that the Medium is too thick.

See: Understanding Drying Time of Slow Drying Materials

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