Art Masking Fluid - Apply to watercolor paper for masking. Forms an impervious film which can be easily removed by peeling or rubbing.
Blending Medium - Slows the drying rate of water color to allow more time for blending.
Colourless Masking Fluid - Identical to Art Masking Fluid but contains no pigment. Absence of pigment eliminates the risk of staining paper.
Granulation Medium - Gives a granular appearance to colors.
Gum Arabic - Mix into watercolors to increase gloss and transparency.
Iridescent Medium - Gives pearlescent or glitter effect to watercolors.
Lifting Preparation - Allows dry washes, including staining colors to be more easily lifted from paper with wet brush or sponge.
Ox Gall Liquid - Mix into pale watercolors to improve their flow and wetting.
Permanent Masking Fluid - Use to mask specific areas of paper and make them resistant to water. Can be mixed with water color to allow more time for blending.
Texture Medium - Contains particles to give impression of depth and structure to water color paintings. (Not removable)