watercolors have a chemical odor

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Ritas Art wrote
on 4 Feb 2014 10:14 PM

I bought the reeves watercolors and like them, but, that chemical smell makes me sometimes stop in the middle of my work and open the windows to get some fresh air,
Do you have the same problem with those paints, or which ones do you use and have not that chemical smell?
I also tried the Windsor @ Newton, they are fine, but most of those paints are toxic

Did anybody ever tried the ShinHan Premium Artist watercolors?

http://ritasfineartwork.com/

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stephanberry wrote
on 17 Apr 2014 12:46 AM

Yes I have recently bought ShinHan Premium Watercolors from Jerrysartarama\\\'s online store. These watercolors are Non-Toxic and they produce excellent quality for my work.

If you want to try a really good watercolor paint at what I considered a great price :-) go with the Turner Professional Watercolors.

I read the reviews online and decided to give them a try. The colors really stood up nicely on the surface with great quality. I have been using them more and more now.

Here is the link to where I bought them: http://www.jerrysartarama.com/discount-art-supplies/watercolor-paints-and-mediums/turner-concentrated-artists-watercolors-and-sets/watercolors.htm

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