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Pebeo Drawing Gum Bottle, 250 ml

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250 ml

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  • Natural latex, easy-to-peel masking fluid
  • Bluish tint for ease of application
  • Apply with a brush or a pen
  • Appropriate for various surfaces such as paper, watercolor paper, cardboard, canvas boards and more
  • Available in 45 ml and 250 ml bottles; Also available in a 0.7 mm tip marker
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Size:250 ml

Drawing Gum is a natural latex, peelable solution used to keep selected areas of an artwork color-free when working with ink, watercolor or gouache. Easy-to-use, it is applied to mask areas prior to applying colors. Once the application is dry, colors are applied and left to dry. The Drawing Gum can then be removed, either by rubbing with fingers or with an eraser to reveal color-free areas and details. The liquid form is available in 45 ml and 250 ml bottles, and is ideal for protecting larger areas. It is also available in a 0.7 mm tip marker, ideal for fine, distinct, continuous applications.


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Reviewed in Australia on 8 April 2020
Size: 45 mlVerified Purchase

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Northern light
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent frisket
Reviewed in Canada on 15 April 2019
Size: 45 mlVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent frisket
Reviewed in Canada on 15 April 2019
update :
I have since first writing a review left this on another painting for over 24 hours and it came off easily and left zero stain. It was on 140lb Arches cold press paper
I have also used it with a ruling pen for very fine lines and it worked great. It’s just the right fluidity.
One thing to be aware of if you aren’t already is to ensure your paper is completely dry before applying or it will absorb into the paper and you’ll damage the paper trying to get it off and you may not be able to. Also, ensure your paper is completely dry before trying to remove it or again you will damage your paper.

So mostly I am super pleased with this product with just one concern

pros
- for me the very runny consistency is ideal
- it protected the areas I laid it down on perfectly no seepage at all
- the colour makes it easy to see for removal as you can see in the pic attached
- I took it off after 2 hours with no problem at all

cons - in one area it left an almost imperceptible blue stain. It wasn’t a problem in this painting and it was truly super faint but it concerns me if left on longer ( perhaps varies with paper ?) it may stain more than I would find acceptable.
I wonder why they changed the colour ? From the reviews I have read everybody loved the previous gray colour. In fact I ordered this based on a review by a watercolour artist that referred to the gray colour hmmmmm

tips
I found the lid impossible to get off even when I tried doing it wearing rubber gloves. I am not strong but it seemed odd. So much so that I watched a itube video demo to see if there was a trick to removing the lid - nope - just requires brute strength to unscrew it. I got a man to do it and first go he couldn’t either but then did. So the upside is that it being so tight likely ensures it’s not dried out when you buy it. My suggestion is open it before you get all settled in to use it 😊

I saw in a video a suggestion which may prove very useful. When finished screw on the lid and then store it upside down to avoid a film forming on the top where it reacts to oxygen in the bottle after sealing. Worth a try but I have put it in a small tupperware container just in case it leaks. So far it has not but that’s a potential mess I am happy to ensure I avoid

I left it for 30 minutes before painting over the area. I have heard as little as 15 minutes is fine. In parts it still had a sheen as if it was still wet so if you see that just tap it with your finger to check it’s dry

I applied it with a cheap brush. I put Dawn dishwashing soap in a little container and dipped it in that and then wiped off the excess with paper towel. It says there is no need to rinse the brush on the directions on the bottle. At times it started to get gummy so I swished it in a container of water and it came clean. I would suggest doing that fairly frequently to avoid a lot of gummy strands building up and then you can continue to brush it on with clean lines. If you do get it gummy it comes off easily with the Dawn soap. Some people also just rub the brush on a soap bar / shard

So for me it was a 5 star experience. The staining would be a 2 star but as it was super faint and didn’t cause me a problem I am rating the product 4 star.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don’t buy this!
Reviewed in the United States on 1 July 2018
Size: 45 mlVerified Purchase
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1.0 out of 5 stars Arrives Dried Out!
Reviewed in the United States on 26 January 2018
Size: 45 mlVerified Purchase
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1.0 out of 5 stars Arrives Dried Out!
Reviewed in the United States on 26 January 2018
This is the 2nd bottle I've purchased from Amazon and both of them arrived with the liquid hardened into a clump the shape of the bottle. Must be a bad batch, but nevertheless, totally unusable!
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JWesterman
1.0 out of 5 stars Dried up
Reviewed in the United States on 17 February 2018
Size: 45 mlVerified Purchase
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1.0 out of 5 stars Dried up
Reviewed in the United States on 17 February 2018
When I got the product it was almost completely dried up. It came out of the bottle as a big ball of rubber. There is no return for this product.
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Jessica L Evans
5.0 out of 5 stars Removes easily, does’t need as much stirring
Reviewed in the United States on 12 April 2019
Size: 45 mlVerified Purchase
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