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5816662 - Venetian turpentine

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Venetian turpentine (91%); White spirit

  • Amber solution, also called “Fatty essence”.
  • It is used as medium for oven ceramic pigments.
  • Suitable as medium in oil painting.
  • It increases the gloss and flexibility of the painting.
Safety data sheet

DANGER: FLAMMABLE. HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED. VAPOR HARMFUL. SKIN IRRITANT. CANCER AGENT BASED ON EXPERIMENTAL DATA. Contains: ETHYL BENZENE, PETROLEUM DISTILLATES. PRECAUTIONS: Avoid prolonged contact with skin. Wash hands immediately after use. When using wear impermeable protective gloves, or do not eat, drink or smoke. Do not store or use near heat or flame. Use only with adequate ventilation. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. FIRST AID TREATMENT: If swallowed, do not induce vomitting. Call a physician or poison control center immediately. If inhalation symptoms occur, move to fresh air. If skin contact occurs, wash with soap and water for 5 minutes. If symptoms persist, see a physician. For further health information contact a poison control center or call1-888-624-6374.

Also available in sizes

250 ml
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Degree of lightfastness

Highest degree of lightfastness

Symbol GHS (Globalisation Harmonisation System)

Hazardous to thea quatic environment

Cmr1, Stot1 Aspiration hazard

Skin irritation

Flammable liquids

Explosives

Compressed gases

Oxidizing Liquids

Acute toxicity

Skin corrosion

First application: 100% Maimeri Puro colour: Maimeri Puro tints are highly concentrated so some colours appear very dark when used in their pure form.

Second application: 50% Maimeri Puro colour + 50% Colourless Medium, i.e. a neutral unpigmented paste. This medium is used for thinning the tints, enhancing the flow and emphasizing the depth of the thinned colour.

Third application: 10% Maimeri Puro colour + 90% Glazing Medium to emphasize the sheen of the tint and the different degree of opaqueness between the colours.

Fourth application: 50% Maimeri Puro colour + 50% Titanium White, to emphasize the undertone of the tint and highlight the concentration.