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Re: Marbling problem



In a message dated Tue, 12 Sep 2000  3:27:34 PM Eastern Daylight Time, Susan Lightcap <slightcap@MINDSPRING.COM> writes:

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If a bit too much ox gall gets added to acrylic paints during prep for =
marbling paper, is it possible to remove some of the excess gall by, oh, =
letting the paints sit awhile in opened containers in the hope that the =
gall will evaporate somewhat?  Do I have to throw out the paint and =
start over?  Opinions, thoughts?

Thanks, everyone.

Susan

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Hi, Susan,

You can add more paint to the jar and stir it up good, and then try again to see how much it spreads.  You wouldn't want to have to waste the paint by throwing it out.

Thanks,

Lorraine Hanson
Marble Art
Galen Berry Marbling
Portland, OR
Stoffees@aol.com
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