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Water Based Finish Extender

$10.99

Ships on February 23, 2018 check in-store availability

Extender can be added to any General Finishes water based product. As the name implies, it can be used to slow the drying process thus adding to the working time of General Finishes Glazes, Milk...

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Extender can be added to any General Finishes water based product. As the name implies, it can be used to slow the drying process thus adding to the working time of General Finishes Glazes, Milk Paints, Country Colors or any of their water based topcoats. Secondly, it reduces the viscosity or thins the product permitting different decorating or application techniques.



  • Can be added to any General Finishes water based product
  • Used to slow the drying process
  • Adds to working time
  • Reduces the viscosity or thins the product
  • Pint

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