classic colour scumble
mix with emulsion
  • classic colour   500ml
  • classic colour scumble 1 litre
  • classic colour scumble 4 litre
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the only one hour working time glaze
An acrylic glaze which when coloured with satin or matt emulsion/latex can be used to produce semi transparent coloured paint effects. For water and wear resistance, allow a minimum of 48 hours before protecting with Polyvine Decorators Varnish (gloss, satin or dead flat). Test on a small area of the effect before application.

ideal for
• colourwashing • stippling • ragging/bagging • dragging • sponging

unique qualities
• one hour working time • dries to a translucent finish • wash brushes and tools in water


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available in: 1 litre • 2 litre • 4 litre


drying time: Base coat - minimum 24 hours. Top coat - minimum 48 hours • coverage: 10-20 square metres per litre when mixed with emulsion

application and advice

application
Select base coat colour in vinyl silk emulsion/satin latex. Apply base coat and allow to dry for a minimum of 24 hours with ventilation.
Colour your Classic Colour with satin or matt emulsion. In warm conditions, above 21°c/70°f or in low humidity mix 6 parts Classic Colour to 1 part emulsion. In cold conditions, below 21°c/70°f or in high humidity mix 4 parts to 1 part emulsion.
Brush or roller the coloured glaze liberally over the base coat. Create the desired decorative effect by breaking the surface with a crumpled rag, bag, sponge or a Polyvine tool or brush.

caution
Always test adhesion and the application of the effect on a trial area before starting.

storage
Protect from extremes of temperature during storage and application.

health, safety and the environment
Non-hazardous. Ensure good ventilation.
Keep out of reach of children. Contact with eyes - wash immediately with warm water. Remove
excess from tools and mixing vessels before washing in warm soapy water.
Do not empty into drains or watercourses.



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