MelPAX Paints can be thinned or diluted down with MelPAX Thinner to create a liquid medium that gives more transparent results when applying it by hand. Using this Thinner product instead of plain water will keep the adhesion and performance properties of your PAX paint fully intact. You can customize the dilution for your particular needs, but we recommend that you use a dilution ratio of up to 1 part PAX to 1/4 - 1/3 part Thinner to begin with until you achieve desired translucency. Always do a test of thinned PAX first, to check for desired translucency before applying it to your work in progress.
For best results in a smoothly thinned medium: pour some PAX Paint on a paper mixing palette, such as Royal and Langnickel Palette Paper, Put a few drops of MelPAX Thinner on your PAX color and mix it in. Check consistency for thinness, and if needed add a few drops more until you reach the desired consistency.
For Professional Use Only. Always shake bottle well before using. Do not ingest. Keep bottle tightly closed between uses to avoid drying out. Do not use product on skin that has open or oozing wounds. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. Paint and Powder Cosmetics is not responsible for the buyer or end user's application use, or misuse of product. Use at your own risk.
What Is The Difference Between MelPAX Thinner and Airbrush Thinner?
The difference is right in the name. MelPAX Thinner is for creating washes or glazes. Helps to reduce opacity of MelPAX to give a "Water Color" Effect. MelPAX Airbrush Thinner is strictly for thinning the MelPAX for the Airbrush. **These two CANNOT be interchanged**