The original favourite, for cutting flare on polished articles, now improved. Almost transparent, it can be used in colour photography without obscuring decorative designs. It is safe with most plastics. Used by museums on antiques, and in dentistry to reduce flare on polished instruments!
- Motion Picture
- TV Studio
This spray removes glaring highlights from polished surfaces for camera work. It coats evenly with a very fine spray pattern – effectively dulling any polished object to be photographed.
Shake the can well, and whilst spraying, hold it no more than 30cm (12 inches) from the object.
The spray will set in about 2 minutes, but further coats may be added if necessary. It can be wiped off easily with a soft cloth and all smears can be removed with a little spirit.
K-Line spray is safe on most materials, but if you're worried, you should test it on a scrap piece, especially for some types of plastics.
This is a pressurised container, so protect it from sunlight and do not expose it to temperatures exceeding 50°C.
Do not pierce or burn the can, even after use. Do not spray at or over a naked flame or any incandescent material. Keep away from sources of ignition so NO SMOKING.
Keep this spray out of reach of children.
Do not breathe this spray.
Avoid contact with eyes and only use in well ventilated areas.
Store at a minimum temperature of 20°C.
400ml - Made in Britain
Reduce flare on shiny foregrounds
Safe on most materials
Any polished surface
Safe Application distance:
Temperatures above 50°C
Naked Flame/Source of Ignition/Cigarettes
Reach of children
Inhalation of spray
Contact with eyes
Area of poor ventilation
Storage in temperatures below 20°C
1x K-Line Matt Dulling Spray (400ml)