Spend more time artistically and less time preparing your surface. Easy one-step application requires no mixing--just shake, point and spray. One can covers approximately 20 sq. ft. Will not yellow. Resists chipping. Dries to the touch in 15 minutes. Ready to work in 30 minutes. Works well on canvas, Masonite, mat board, or illustration board. also works on ceramic/plaster, fabric, florals, glass, metal, papier mache, plastic, wicker, and wood.
Rated by: Pauline L. in Bullhead City, AZ
This product is wonderful. Great for spraying canvas. Much easier than using the brush method. Nice smooth surface with acrylics.
Rated by: christine g. in paragould, AR
I like the spray for most smooth hard surfaces. I prefer brush on for canvas. Good price on gesso and shipping.
Rated by: Robyn V. in Alton, IL
Now that I've found this is available in a spray I won't go back to brushing it on.
Rated by: K Z. in Ann Arbor, MI
The best "primer" coat for models and sculpture: covers well in one or two coats; is a bright white; is sandable. Great stuff.
Rated by: Tam H. in Dickson, TN
This is the BEST final primer coat for resin model horses that I have seen! It's sandable, and creates the PERFECT surface for pastelling OR acrylics.
Rated by: Peggy G. in Polo, MO
This product is superb for spraying a model that you want to paint. Covers beautifully and gives a smooth finish. Wouldn't be without now.
Rated by: Bill M. in Vero Beach, FL
This gesso is *fantastic*... I've been preparing my own panels for oils for years, brushing on gesso, sanding, brushing... I do quick oil sketches on paper... and am told by WN tech department that the acids in the oil paint will eat away the paper in "about eight years." (25 years for unprimed canvas.) Three coats of this spray on a sheet of paper creates completely stops oils and thinners from getting to the paper. (I know that because there's no "bleed through" that's evident on untreated paper...)