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Daler-Rowney System 3 Acrylic - Fluorescent Blue

System 3 colours can be used successfully in combination with many other media.

They can be used for undercoat-painting before using other colours such as oils, pastels or FW or Calli acrylic inks. Daler-Rowney Artists’ pencils, charcoal, pastels and coloured crayons can also be worked over the surface of System 3 acrylics.

Cleaning brushes from the paint is straightforward as can be System 3 acrylic colours can be washed from brushes using water and household soap or domestic washing-up liquid. Never allow colour to dry on the brush; once it is dry, it can only be removed with considerable difficulty.

To clean from clothes immediately remove excess paint and apply liberal quantities of soap and water. Machine wash as soon as possible. This will minimise damage but is unlikely to remove all staining.

In cases of extreme difficulty, try cleaning dried paint with Ethyl Alcohol (surgical spirit). Most of the colour may be removed, but textiles often remain stained and the alcohol may cause damage.

Price:€4.47

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Daler-Rowney System 3 Acrylic - Fluorescent Green

System 3 colours can be used successfully in combination with many other media.

They can be used for undercoat-painting before using other colours such as oils, pastels or FW or Calli acrylic inks. Daler-Rowney Artists’ pencils, charcoal, pastels and coloured crayons can also be worked over the surface of System 3 acrylics.

Cleaning brushes from the paint is straightforward as can be System 3 acrylic colours can be washed from brushes using water and household soap or domestic washing-up liquid. Never allow colour to dry on the brush; once it is dry, it can only be removed with considerable difficulty.

To clean from clothes immediately remove excess paint and apply liberal quantities of soap and water. Machine wash as soon as possible. This will minimise damage but is unlikely to remove all staining.

In cases of extreme difficulty, try cleaning dried paint with Ethyl Alcohol (surgical spirit). Most of the colour may be removed, but textiles often remain stained and the alcohol may cause damage.

Price:€8.10

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Daler-Rowney System 3 Acrylic - Fluorescent Pink

System 3 colours can be used successfully in combination with many other media.

They can be used for undercoat-painting before using other colours such as oils, pastels or FW or Calli acrylic inks. Daler-Rowney Artists’ pencils, charcoal, pastels and coloured crayons can also be worked over the surface of System 3 acrylics.

Cleaning brushes from the paint is straightforward as can be System 3 acrylic colours can be washed from brushes using water and household soap or domestic washing-up liquid. Never allow colour to dry on the brush; once it is dry, it can only be removed with considerable difficulty.

To clean from clothes immediately remove excess paint and apply liberal quantities of soap and water. Machine wash as soon as possible. This will minimise damage but is unlikely to remove all staining.

In cases of extreme difficulty, try cleaning dried paint with Ethyl Alcohol (surgical spirit). Most of the colour may be removed, but textiles often remain stained and the alcohol may cause damage.

Price:€8.10

In stock

Daler-Rowney System 3 Acrylic - Fluorescent Red

System 3 colours can be used successfully in combination with many other media.

They can be used for undercoat-painting before using other colours such as oils, pastels or FW or Calli acrylic inks. Daler-Rowney Artists’ pencils, charcoal, pastels and coloured crayons can also be worked over the surface of System 3 acrylics.

Cleaning brushes from the paint is straightforward as can be System 3 acrylic colours can be washed from brushes using water and household soap or domestic washing-up liquid. Never allow colour to dry on the brush; once it is dry, it can only be removed with considerable difficulty.

To clean from clothes immediately remove excess paint and apply liberal quantities of soap and water. Machine wash as soon as possible. This will minimise damage but is unlikely to remove all staining.

In cases of extreme difficulty, try cleaning dried paint with Ethyl Alcohol (surgical spirit). Most of the colour may be removed, but textiles often remain stained and the alcohol may cause damage.

Price:€8.10

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Daler-Rowney System 3 Acrylic - Fluorescent Orange

System 3 colours can be used successfully in combination with many other media.

They can be used for undercoat-painting before using other colours such as oils, pastels or FW or Calli acrylic inks. Daler-Rowney Artists’ pencils, charcoal, pastels and coloured crayons can also be worked over the surface of System 3 acrylics.

Cleaning brushes from the paint is straightforward as can be System 3 acrylic colours can be washed from brushes using water and household soap or domestic washing-up liquid. Never allow colour to dry on the brush; once it is dry, it can only be removed with considerable difficulty.

To clean from clothes immediately remove excess paint and apply liberal quantities of soap and water. Machine wash as soon as possible. This will minimise damage but is unlikely to remove all staining.

In cases of extreme difficulty, try cleaning dried paint with Ethyl Alcohol (surgical spirit). Most of the colour may be removed, but textiles often remain stained and the alcohol may cause damage.

Price:€8.10

In stock

Daler-Rowney System 3 Acrylic - Fluorescent Yellow

System 3 colours can be used successfully in combination with many other media.

They can be used for undercoat-painting before using other colours such as oils, pastels or FW or Calli acrylic inks. Daler-Rowney Artists’ pencils, charcoal, pastels and coloured crayons can also be worked over the surface of System 3 acrylics.

Cleaning brushes from the paint is straightforward as can be System 3 acrylic colours can be washed from brushes using water and household soap or domestic washing-up liquid. Never allow colour to dry on the brush; once it is dry, it can only be removed with considerable difficulty.

To clean from clothes immediately remove excess paint and apply liberal quantities of soap and water. Machine wash as soon as possible. This will minimise damage but is unlikely to remove all staining.

In cases of extreme difficulty, try cleaning dried paint with Ethyl Alcohol (surgical spirit). Most of the colour may be removed, but textiles often remain stained and the alcohol may cause damage.

Price:€8.10

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Price:€3.14

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Price:€3.14

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