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Old 03-02-2018, 10:06 AM   #23
Richard Budig Richard Budig is offline
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I have been using GAMVAR lately. It can be applied rather soon after your painting is finished. Soon, as in a week or two. So far, it has worked fine for me. I decided to try it after hearing good reports about being able to use it a couple of week after my paint was touch dry. (I paint rather thin, though.) I paint portraits from all around the U.S. I like to send them on as soon as I can. GAMVAR does that. NO . . . I'm not an employee nor do I own stock.
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