Krylon Kamar Finish Spray

MP Code #MP-00435-001   Item #00435-1005
$10.25
$6.49

Museum quality varnish spray provides total protection for oils, acrylics, or water colors.

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Museum quality varnish spray - superior protection for for oil, acrylic or watercolor painting

#1312 Kamar Varnish Spray from Krylon provides museum quality protection for your paintings in oils, acrylics, or watercolors while providing the flexibility of a retouch varnish.

  • Non-yellowing formulation is highly resistant to discoloration over time while offering excellent clarity and superior durability.
  • Acid-free, museum-quality varnish for archival-safe use
  • Free from impurities
  • Use as a retouch varnish on semi-dry paintings as it allows for easy rework
  • As a finishing spray should be applied to fully cured paintings.
  • Dries clear in 10-15 minutes, safe to recoat anytime and safe to handle in 2 hours
  • Satisfaction guaranteed by Krylon
  • Made in USA




CA PROP 65 WARNING!
This product contains cadmium which is a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Size: 11oz can

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  • Kamar Varnish and Utecht in general

    Reviewed on 6/3/2013

    As reviewed by Edwin Loftus

    Experience: PROFESSIONAL

    Kamar is an ultra convenient spray Damar varnish. It is a matter of trust using an over the counter product like this, trust that Kaylon has duly tested their product and that it is resistant to yellowing as claimed. It's even and physically gentle application is a plus and must be weighed against the risk of damage in brush applications or the pollution of the varnish using a traditional syphon sprayer powered by lungs or artificially compressed air that risks adding water vapor and bio-materials. So far, I've had no problems using the product for several years. It beats dissolving Damar crystals if time is an issue and the pollution potential in this tried and true process are significant as well. On Utrecht, I've shopped from them since the 1970s when I had to submit orders overseas by snail mail. They offer both professional and student/hobby grade materials, but if you know your stuff, Utrecht is an old house with a top-ranked reputation for quality you can rely on for fine art materials.

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