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Krakelurpaste is a white putty which cracks when drying and forms crackles. It is suitable for surfaces like Terracotta, Wood, glass etc.
With this extraordinary putty you can achieve a special effect on everyone underground : Already a short time after filling the crackle paste starts to crack. Depending on the thickness of the paste, fine cracks appear when applied thinly, and wide, rustic-looking cracks appear when applied thickly, giving the appearance of an old object. Contents 225 g.
Extra tip: After the putty has dried, the crackling surface can be reworked with Patina-effect cream, e.g. in red-brown.The patina covers the cracks, colouring them even darker and covering the entire surface with a Mediterranean effect that makes it look antique and valuable.
Ideal for use in Napkin technique, on Picture Frame and many other objects.
Tips to use:
Applicable to: Glass, Wood, terracotta / Clay, Almost all surfaces. Apply with: spatula. Preparations: The surface should be dry, free of dust and grease. Processing of material: Spread the krakelur paste thinly for fine cracks or thicker for wide cracks with a spatula onto the desired substrate. Time to dry: 3 hours. This is to be noted:: Also great to use at napkin technique .
Applicable to: Nearly all surfaces, Terracotta / Clay