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[Winsor & Newton] A brand name for a [[polycyclohexanone|polycyclohexanone]] based varnish. Artists' Matt Varnish is composed of [[Laropal%20K-80|Laropal K-80]] dissolved in [[mineral%20spirits|mineral spirits]]. It also contains a matting agent ([[fumed%20silica|fumed silica]]) and an ultraviolet inhibitor. The nonyellowing coating is typically used over oil, alkyd, or acrylic paints.
 
[Winsor & Newton] A brand name for a [[polycyclohexanone|polycyclohexanone]] based varnish. Artists' Matt Varnish is composed of [[Laropal%20K-80|Laropal K-80]] dissolved in [[mineral%20spirits|mineral spirits]]. It also contains a matting agent ([[fumed%20silica|fumed silica]]) and an ultraviolet inhibitor. The nonyellowing coating is typically used over oil, alkyd, or acrylic paints.
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== Other Properties ==
 
== Other Properties ==

Latest revision as of 15:36, 29 November 2016

Artists' Matt Varnish

Description

[Winsor & Newton] A brand name for a polycyclohexanone based varnish. Artists' Matt Varnish is composed of Laropal K-80 dissolved in mineral spirits. It also contains a matting agent (fumed silica) and an ultraviolet inhibitor. The nonyellowing coating is typically used over oil, alkyd, or acrylic paints.

FTIR

Artist's Matte varnish FTIR.PNG


Other Properties

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

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