Daler Rowney - Simply - Masking Fluid Individual Bottle - 75 ml

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Daler Rowney - Simply - Masking Fluid Individual Bottle - 75 ml.



  • Daler-Rowney is a British art materials manufacturer with a rich history dating back to 1783.
  • The company was founded by George Rowney, a wigmaker who began selling pigments for wigmaking.
  • Over the years, Daler-Rowney has expanded its product range to include a wide variety of art supplies, including paints, brushes, papers, and other accessories.
  • Daler-Rowney has a reputation for innovation and quality.
  • The company was one of the first to produce watercolor paints in tubes, and it has also been a pioneer in the development of acrylic paints and other new media. Daler-Rowney's products are used by artists of all levels, from students to professionals.


About the product 


  • Masking fluid is a specifically formulated artist’s medium made with latex. 
  • This is used to preserve white space in your paintings. 
  • Art masking fluid helps the artist produce highlights in the painting and negative space & also for preserving details and creating textures like waves, hair highlights etc.




  • Masking fluid comes in both bottled and marker form.
  • It works well on paper which has a smooth texture or fine texture, preferably watercolour paper.
  • Let the masking fluid dry completely before you start painting over it.
  • The ideal consistency is a creamy and fluid substance that flows seamlessly.
  • Masking fluid can damage the bristles of a brush. Hence, it's better to use an old brush to apply masking fluid. Rinse the brush with soap and water once done. 
  • You can use an eraser or finger to remove the mask. 
  • Masking fluid works well with both watercolour and gouache.
  • Before using masking fluid, stir the fluid thoroughly. Do not shake it because it will create air bubbles in it.
  • Removing the masking fluid quickly once the paper is dry will lessen the risk of tearing the paper.