Have you ever thought about cutting out a piece of white paper when you've been painting with watercolours or drawing with graphite and then happened to get colour on that particular surface? Then you've come to the right place. With masking fluid, you can paint on the surfaces that should be left white beforehand to protect them. The masking fluid dries to a rubbery coating that prevents paint from sticking to it. When your work is finished, you gently peel away the dry masking and underneath lies a perfectly preserved part of your surface. The formula varies slightly from product to product, so always read the instructions on the packaging before using it.
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