"Thinner than Golden Heavy Body Acrylics. Soft Gels are pourable. Useful as a non-removable isolation coat when applied before a varnish. Holds only slight peaks. Works well as a glue for collaging."
"Golden Gels are formulated with 100% acrylic polymer emulsion, yielding a film with excellent flexibility and chemical, water and UV resistance. The milky emulsion dries translucent. Use for glazing, extending colors, altering sheen, changing body, increasing translucency, gluing collages and increasing film integrity."
"Directions: Mix any quantity with Gold Acrylic Colors or Mediums, To thin, add water or Golden Mediums. When used as an isolation coat, thin with 30-40% water. Do not mix with oils. Abrade nonabsorbent surfaces for increased adhesion. Avoid freezing. Clean tools with soap and water. Common supports (e.g. cotton canvas, linen, masonite) contain water-extractable materials that can cause discoloration in transparent glazes. To minimize Support Induced Discoloration (SID), seal support with GAC 700."
Jesus, do I look like a f'n chemist here?