5601 Createx Transparent Base
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5601 Createx Transparent Base – Colorless resin base of Createx Airbrush Colors.
- Use as a thinner by mixing with Airbrush Colors to increase transparency and help improve, may be mixed in any ratio.
- Use as a light protective coating which may be applied over colors. For wash fast textile painting, heat-cure Transparent Base after application over colors.
- Use for preparation onto fabric prior to painting to prevent fabric knap from interfering while airbrushing. Heat-cure Transparent Base prior to applying colors.
This stuff I really like I seen they have another transparent base that I order to see how they compare.
The is absolutely the best transparent base iv ever used. Createx at their best. You can really adjust the transparency of you colors and the adhesion is good. Do yourself a favor and log on to SprayGunner to get a bottle. You want regret it, I guarantee.
The 5601 transparent base by Createx is one of the best transparent base's iv ever used. When added to you paint the control you get from the gradation is awesome. Works great, and at a great price. You just can't pass it up. So do yourself a favor and log on to SprayGunner and get some bottles. You can't go wrong, I guarantee it. Plus you can't beat SprayGunners service or prices. They have the best inventory...
Great for making opaque colors more transparent without making them too watery. A good medium for mixing colors you want to be more transparent as well. Supposed to be a great sealer for T-shirt art, though I haven't used it that way yet. You could probably use it as an intercoat, but I think you'd be better off using UVLS Gloss.
Works like it should maybe I sprayed over it a little too soon. I just did not see much of a difference about using less paint on black t shirts. Only time will tell if it made the difference. Thanks Russell
I use this to get a variety of transparencies without thinning the paint, as a protective coat on projects waiting to be cleared, and to help seal fibers when heat set on dark shirts so i use less paint.
I use this bass on a T-shirt pressed it with some heat in the paints that out awesome on it.
This is a great base to use when you want to make an opaque color more transparent. I've also used it to make my own paint using mica powder but I don't think it is recommended to use it for that. Needs to be thinned before using with an airbrush.