A question we get asked over and over, is how does one dilute liquid natural latex if it becomes too thick. Of course, thick is a relative term, so it's more about flow control when brushing, or air brushing liquid natural latex.
Tap water should not be used, as it may contain Calcium (Ca) and Magnesium (Mg) salts. Even small amounts of these salts have a tendency to coagulate natural latex.
If you find that you must thin out your liquid latex, then you should simply use distilled water.
Holden's liquid frisket, is a removable liquid masking fluid. Our frisket is non-staining, and tintable, and works with all water-based mediums. It may be used on paper, cardboard, ceramics, glass, leather, metal, paper, and wood. It is not recommended for fabrics. Make sure your substrate is dry before applying the frisket, and the frisket must [...]
Would you like to order a drum of rubber, or more than four five gallons pails of liquid latex right from our website?With our latest enhancement to our website, you are now able to order larger packaging, and greater quantities without suffering the added expense of small package shipping rates.Your available trucking freight rates will [...]
We are pleased to announce that you will soon be able to order 55 gallon drums online with realtime truck freight quotes. This innovation will allow our customers the ability to purchase larger quantities of our liquid latex products with the best rate available from LTL (Less Than Truckload) freight carriers.
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