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In minutes even the most unlikely surface

       becomes a perfect painting ground

       new Rowney cryla primer

        Now—a new discovery by Rowney which will revolutionize   from the tin. Cryla Primer is of a creamy consistency, yet produces
        painting techniques. Cryla Primer—a ready-for-use Acrylic   a pure white matt surface which enhances the brilliance of glaze
        white which you can apply straight from the tin. Within   colours.
        minutes you have an ideal painting ground!
                                                          q  TOUGH—FLEXIBLE—ADHESIVE
        q  NEW EFFECTS—LESS EFFORT                        Cryla Primer has unique adhesive qualities, even when applied
        Cryla Primer dispenses with effort, makes for greater ease and   to porous surfaces. Yet it is so tough and flexible that fabrics
        efficiency. Students and amateurs can re-use canvases, both   can be primed and rolled with absolutely no risk of cracking.
        back and front, by simply covering over with Cryla Primer. Old
                                                          q  FAST DRYING ACTION
        oil paintings should be lightly sandpapered and can then be
        completely and successfully obliterated with Cryla Primer and   Cryla Primer is touch-dry in a few minutes, forms a completely dry
        new painting applied within hours of application.   surface in a few hours. Cryla Primer may be used on  most
                                                          Terylene fabrics and on some plastics. Very shiny surfaces, how-  Made in England by
        q  NO PREVIOUS PREPARATION NEEDED                 ever, are not suitable. Cryla Primer can be tinted with Cryla   George Rowney & Co. Ltd.
                                                                                                              10/11 Percy Street, London W1
        There is no need to size the surface before applying Cryla Primer.   Colours. Cryla Primer is obtainable in a half-pint tin 8/6d or a   Makers of Artists' colours
        It can be brushed on to fabric, paper, or even cement, straight   gallon tin 92/6d for large-scale work.   since 1789.
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