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Brustro Kidney Shaped Plain Plastic Palette 43X30CM

Brustro Kidney Shaped Plain Plastic Palette 43X30CM

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Brustro Kidney Shaped Plain Plastic Palette 43X30CM

Nice quality

  • * Made of durable, white, lightweight plastic, 100% recycled materials. * Large work area (43x30cm).
  • * Built-in handle. * Ergonomic design for right or left-handed artists.
  • * Well-balanced for less hand and arm fatigue. * Great for laying out wide color spectrums.
  • * Raised rim prevents paint spills. * Easy-clean surface.
  • * Great for oil acrylic or watercolour paints. * Perfect buy for artists' & amatures.

Measuring a generous 43CMX30CM, the Brustro Kidney Shaped Plain Palette also features an ergonomic grip thumb hole that sits comfortably in either the right or left hand simply flip the palette over. It is ideal for both oils, acrylics & watercolours. This allows easy clean up with acrylic & watercolours colors by means of using water or for oil colors with odorless paint solvents. Perfect buy for artists' & amatures.

 

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