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I have a large panel that i used Gamblin cold wax and oil paint, in a 50/50 ratio......let everything dry and painted on a coat of Gamvar satin, and I could see lines from the brush, so I let that dry a few days and did another coat with a foam roller, which made it more even but still see some uneven areas. There are areas which have thicker paint than others, so my question is, should I put on another coat ?
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Hi All, New here and new to Cold Wax but already mildly addicted! Has any of you used Zest-it Cold Wax medium? If so how does it compare to Gamblin? Aware that it would be a good idea to use one brand, and Zest it is advertised as solvent free...…Continue
Ok after 30 + years of using oil paint I did it...I was overcome by the fumes this past weekend. I have great ventilation but the long day of using oil paints, solvents and cold wax was just too much. Headache, dizzy and I wanted to puke. So here…Continue
We are excited to welcome so many new members to Oil and Wax... It's wonderful to have this influx of new input on the site. Thanks for joining!Please take a little time to familiarize yourself with the features of the site. Here's how to use some…Continue
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