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Princeton Catalyst Tool Contour Green #22

The Princeton Catalyst Tool Contour is a versatile artistic tool that offers a range of applications across different mediums. Here are the key features and uses of this tool:

  1. Material: The Catalyst Tool Contour is made of stiff nylon. This material provides durability and rigidity, allowing for precise control and the creation of various textures in your artwork.
  2. Heat-Resistant and Solvent-Resistant: The Contour tool is heat-resistant, making it suitable for techniques such as encaustics that involve working with heated wax-based paints. It is also solvent-resistant, ensuring that it can withstand the effects of solvents used in oil painting or other mediums.
  3. Dishwasher Safe: The Contour tool is dishwasher safe, making it easy to clean and maintain. This feature is particularly useful for food crafting applications, as the tool can be thoroughly cleaned after use.
  4. Versatile Applications: The Catalyst Tool Contour can be used in a variety of creative endeavors. It is suitable for heavy-body acrylic and oil painting, allowing you to create textures and unique effects in your artwork. It is also applicable to ceramics, plaster, encaustics, cake decorating, and food crafting. The tool’s versatility makes it a valuable asset for artists working across different mediums.
  5. Variety of Shapes: The Contour tool comes in a range of shapes, offering artists the flexibility to experiment with different textures and patterns in their work. The variety of shapes allows for greater creative expression and adds depth and dimension to your artwork.

R156,00

5 in stock

Overall, the Princeton Catalyst Tool Contour is a durable and versatile tool that can be used in various artistic and crafting applications. Its heat resistance, solvent resistance, and dishwasher-safe nature make it a reliable choice for artists and creators looking to explore textures and effects in their work, whether it be in painting, ceramics, cake decorating, or food crafting.