How to Thin Paint?

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Paint thinner is a solvent used to thin oil-based paints. To thin paint, just pour it into the paint can and mix to desired consistency. Latex paint can be thinned by applying water to it.
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Latex is a water based paint so you can easily thin it by just adding a bit of water. Start with a teaspoon at a time. You do not want to over thin or it will not spread well on your
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1. Pour 2 gallons of gloss paint into a clean plastic 5-gallon bucket. Be sure the bucket is completely free of old paint chips or dirt. 2. Add 4 oz. of water to the paint, or 2 oz.
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How to Thin Paint
When painting on a canvas thinning paints allows for washes and softer colors. Thinning paints also makes shadows and highlights for a painting. The way to thin paint depends on the type of paint being used such as oil, latex or acrylics.... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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The process of thinning paint is often used to airbrush objects or paintings. An easy way to thin paint is to ace ice cubes to the paint and allow it to liquify.
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