Gutta theory

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On thin silk fabrics the paint spreads widely in all directions. Therefore resists are used to paint on motives. In this journal article, we compare the following resists: Gutta & Lining paint.

These should seal the borders of the design, so that the paint does not run above the lines.
Lining paints achieve this by soaking into the fabric and filling every hollow spaces, through which the paint could possibly run.

This seems simple but there are always questions that come up in the practical part:
-What is the difference between Gutta and lining paint?
- My lining paint did not seal from all sides, why?
- My lining paint stands on the fabric, what now?
- I want to paint on a thick fabric, what are my options?

The following explanations will answer all of the questions above.


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