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It seems to me you shouldn't use wood varnish in the first place, which is a product intended for varnishing wood, where discolouration is usually not a big problem (yellowing isn't that obvious when varnishing yellow wood, after all). Find a varnish that is intended for varnishing paintings, specifically for paintings that are made using acrylics. This ...


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Asian Aquadur PU is a wood varnish, which is something you already asked about here. These products are not made for varnishing paintings, so you can expect yellowing (and other detrimental characteristics). Camlin Kokuyo Camel Picture Varnish is specifically aimed at varnishing paintings made with oils. Apparently, users experience a slight dilution of ...


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A transparent protective layer would be ideal. I propose acryllic based coatings because they bond well with the painting and are soft enough to not chip away when bumped into. They are also elastic enough to not indent permanently, unless you have a go at them with a sharp object. Glossy acryllic varnish or Mod Podge are ideal. Instead of slapping a single, ...


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