Schmincke Pouring Medium - 250ml

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Pouring technique – the hottest trend in acrylic painting!

For this technique, acrylic colours can be mixed with a special pouring medium, stacked in different layers in a bin and afterwards be poured onto the painting ground. The colours flow – depending on the mixing ratio with the medium and the composition – more or less uncontrolled into another and form spectacular and bizarre results while drying.


  • The product is ready to use, can be used pure or mixed with acrylic colours.
  • The mixing with acrylic colours can be done at any ratio, but the medium has to predominate; the results depend on the mixing ratio and used acrylic colour series.
  • Please don´t use the product below temperatures under 15 °C object- and room-temperatures.
  • Extra added silicon oil may generate cracking of the surface.
  • Please clean working tools with water after use.
  • Close immediately after use.
  • Store in a cool and dry place.
  • Individual pre-tests are required.
  • Leftovers should be disposed professionally.


Characteristics for sole use:

  • fluid consistency
  • good flowing properties
  • glossy
  • dries to a clear-transparent, water-resistant surface.
  • non-yellowing
  • tack-free surface
  • can be use as lacquer for acrylic works
  • can be poured in layers (each layer has to dry thoroughly before further treatment)
  • for nearly all grease-free surfaces (pre-tests recommended)


Characteristics for combined use with acrylic colours:

  • mixable with all Schmincke acrylic colours (PRIMAcryl®, AKADEMIE® Acryl color, College® Acrylic, AERO COLOR®Professional (for colours from other brands we recommend pre-tests)
  • mixing with colours creates a lacquer-like consistency and flow properties
  • minimizes possible cracking when being poured in layers
  • can be poured in several layers (always after drying) to create depth effects
  • increases gloss (depending on amount, colour and range)
  • surfaces / grounds should be slightly absorbent, clean, greaseless and stable (pretesting recommended)


Contains: Polyurethane and acrylate dispersion


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