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[Winsor & Newton] A brand name for a [[polycyclohexanone|polycyclohexanone]] based varnish that was previously sold as Winton Varnish. Artists' Gloss Varnish is composed of 46% [[Laropal%20K-80|Laropal K-80]] dissolved in [[mineral%20spirits|mineral spirits]] with no additional components. The non-yellowing coating is typically used over oil, alkyd, or acrylic paints.
 
[Winsor & Newton] A brand name for a [[polycyclohexanone|polycyclohexanone]] based varnish that was previously sold as Winton Varnish. Artists' Gloss Varnish is composed of 46% [[Laropal%20K-80|Laropal K-80]] dissolved in [[mineral%20spirits|mineral spirits]] with no additional components. The non-yellowing coating is typically used over oil, alkyd, or acrylic paints.
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== Synonyms and Related Terms ==
 
== Synonyms and Related Terms ==

Revision as of 15:27, 29 November 2016

Artists' Gloss Varnish

Description

[Winsor & Newton] A brand name for a polycyclohexanone based varnish that was previously sold as Winton Varnish. Artists' Gloss Varnish is composed of 46% Laropal K-80 dissolved in mineral spirits with no additional components. The non-yellowing coating is typically used over oil, alkyd, or acrylic paints.

FTIR

Artist's Gloss varnish FTIR.PNG


Synonyms and Related Terms

Winton Varnish;

Bottles of Winsor & Newton Artists' Varnish

Other Properties

Soluble in petroleum hydrocarbons, turpentine, isopropanol. Insoluble in water.

Molecular Weight Tg = 43 C
Refractive Index 1.53

Additional Information

° M.McGinn, "Proprietary Varnishes Based on Ketone Resins" AIC Painting Conservation Catalog, Varnishes and Surface Coatings, p.93, 1998.

Sources Checked for Data in Record

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