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Mechanical Painting - III

Then as to mediums, the best results, certainly when covering large surfaces, are obtained with water or oil. Spirits are already volatile, and if super-aerated are apt to give trouble by too rapid or "spotty" drying. This is not so immediately felt when dealing with decorative or small work, but presents considerable drawbacks in rough work.