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Sand

Sand

The sand needs to be clean and free from debris, garden sand it not suitable as it may have added salt or other substances.

Try adding coloured sand, glass pebbles or stones, to the wax it will give texture, random and decorative patterns when applied to a surface, a wide selection at www.glasspebbles.co.uk

Add the sand on or off the surface of the painting.

The Cold Wax Painting Medium is stiffened by adding sand, it makes it harder to spread and 'would you believe' a gritty feel under the knife!

To add a wax/sand mixture to a painting I would suggest the painting be on a rigid surface and that a plastic spatula or similar is used to apply.

Be aware, it can scratch the surface of both the mixing area and the painting surface. Test in a separate area as it can have a drying effect on the oil paint and cause it to crack.

Good for extra texture.

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