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EAN-135012572010931   EAN-13 barcode 5012572010931
Product NameWinsor & Newton Professional Acrylic Color Paint, 60ml Tube, Buff Titanium
LanguageEnglish
CategoryArts & Crafts
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B001U3RBVM
SKUWIN-2320-060
Model2320060
Price New3.00 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Width1.85 inches    (convert)
Height4.57 inches    (convert)
Length1.81 inches    (convert)
Weight1.6 ounces    (convert)
BindingMisc.
Features
  • Our highest quality professional acrylic with unrivalled color brilliance that stays brilliant when wet & dry
  • Series: 1/Color Code: 60/Color Index: PW6, PY42, PBk 11
  • Permanence: AA/Opacity: Opaque
  • Includes a 2.0oz/60ml tube of Winsor & Newton Professional Acrylic Color
  • Conforms to ASTM D4236
Long DescriptionWinsor & Newton Professional Acrylic (previously known as Artists' Acrylics) is our finest quality acrylic range and represents a breakthrough in acrylic color technology. After extensive research and development, we are proud to present the brightest ever range of Professional Acrylic. By combining our color making experience with the latest developments in resin technology we have taken 'brilliance' to a new level. And that's not all. Not only are our colors brilliant when wet but they remain as bright when dry - so what you see is what you get. Working with artists around the world confirmed that above all else, acrylic artists want the brightest, most vivid colors that do not change as they dry. Our range of Professional Acrylic represents a significant breakthrough in achieving this and much more. Buff Titanium is a warm opaque white color with strong brown undertones.
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Modified05-17-2017 4:59:03am
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