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Retarder Gel Mediums

Enhance your painting experience with the wide range of retarder gel mediums at Art to Art. Simply add the gel retarder to your acrylic paints to slow their drying time. Choose from popular brands including Atelier, Golden and Matisse. Buy acrylic retarder mediums online and get free shipping when you spend over $100. Same day dispatch Australia-wide.

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Atelier Acrylic Retarder

$16.95

Atelier Slow Medium

$16.95

Atelier Thick Slow Medium

$16.95

Golden Retarder

$29.95

Golden Wetting Agent

$29.95

Matisse Drying Retarder

$18.95

Matisse Open Medium

$18.95

Atelier Holding Medium

$16.95

Matisse Spreader Medium

$18.95

Matisse Surface Tension Breaker

$18.95

Matisse Waterbased Patina Medium

$18.95

Retarder Gel Mediums

At Art to Art, you can choose from a wide selection of drying mediums to suit your artistic needs. Our acrylic retarder mediums increase the working time of your artist paints, leaving more time for fine details, layering and smooth blending techniques.

Unleash your creativity and purchase our mediums online today, and receive free shipping when you spend over $100. Get same day dispatch Australia-wide. Buy now and pay later with Afterpay. In need of more art supplies? We supply a wide variety of pouring mediums, gloss gel mediums and matte mediums.

 

 

 

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What is the retarder medium used for?


Retarder medium is used to slow the drying time of acrylic paint, so artists can achieve watercolouring, hard edge and stain painting techniques. 

 

Can I use a pouring medium as a retarder?

 

No, pouring mediums are used to increase the fluidity of the paints whilst retarder mediums are used to increase the drying time.

 

How long does retarder gel medium take to dry?

 

Slow mediums take between 30 minutes to 2 hours to dry, depending on the thickness of the application.

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