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Is there a way to make white or gray paint?
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Buy Wilton or Americolor white and paint with it. For grey, add a dot of black.

Rae
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Originally Posted by BlakesCakes

Buy Wilton or Americolor white and paint with it. For grey, add a dot of black.

Rae


Thank you. I usually have to add vodka to the other colors. Do I add any alcohol to this?
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The white is a different animal. It's very thick and when I've added alcohol to it, it gets clumpy & goes transparent. It won't dry the same as other paints, either. Just the nature of the beast.

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Thanks for all of the help, Rae!
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I love airbrush colors for painting. They have white and black and all colors inbetween. You can add the white to soften the colors.
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