HIGH SHINE Topcoat
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PacificEncaustic@yahoo.com is Kate Gordon, using the Evans Encaustics recipe and method, providing the best encaustic medium, High Shine topcoat, and Crack!
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HIGH SHINE is an ultra-glossy topcoat for encaustic painting and sculpture. By providing protection for the art, you will avoid bloom on the painting surface.
Melt to 220F and apply to a cold, finished painting with a hot hake brush. Fuse to adhere and remove brush strokes in the top coat. When completely cold to the touch, buff with a soft cloth.
Note: This is a very shiny, reflective coating so you might want to photograph the work before you apply High Shine.
High Shine comes in a brick that weighs one half pound.
High Shine is to be used ONLY as a final coating on your encaustic paintings. It is not a replacement for encaustic medium.
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