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The Mijello Fredi Weber Peel-off Palette is ideal for all media, but its high-impact, non-porous plastic construction makes it particularly suitable for acrylics and oils. Dried paint (even acrylic!) peels away almost like magic, providing you with a clean, fresh palette for every painting session.
The large rectangular tray features a divided central mixing area and a wide lip for laying out pure colors. The ergonomic design can be used by either right- or left-handed artists.
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It's Pretty Good
Comments about Mijello Fredi Weber Peel-off Palette:
The paint does peel off, but not as cleanly as advertised. It is pretty easy to wash though.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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from San Francisco
The left over paint peels off as advertised. The thinner the paint is the more work to peel. I use it with acrylic paint.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I may even buy another one.
from Boise, ID
I really like how you can peel huge layers of dried paint off at a time. It works better if the layers are a bit thicker on the palette. Thinner applications of dried paint still peel off just fine, but it comes off in smaller parts rather than all at once. I have painted one piece so far using this palette which took me about 26 hours - and haven't experienced any of the previous layers picking up onto my brush which is good. It comes with four small rubber (I believe that is what it is) stubs which makes the palette more resistant to moving around if you like setting it on a table rather than holding it. I think the design is better for setting it on a table rather than holding it but that's just my opinion. Note: I used acrylics and synthetic brushes. I don't know if Bristol brushes would pick up any of the previous layers or not.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Best Palette for Acrylics Yet!
By Mama Hydock
from Bethlehem, PA
I teach HS art and I have tried MANY different options for palettes in my classroom. I love this one! With the paint still wet, it washes off with just a little effort and soap. If it has dried a little, you can either scrub it off with a dish washing brush, or just wait for it to dry completely and peel it off. Some little bits of paint remain after many uses, but that's just acrylic paint for you.
By Juli paints.
from Tacoma, Wa
I was going to go with a traditional wooden pallet and pallet paper. Then I saw this palette on line.I have used it 3 times now. It is very easy to clean. I don't have to replenish palette paper. it has two large deep wells for easily mixing colors. A third lengthwise well I like to use for collecting brushes in a bit of water so I don't bend bristles while they're soaking. Really happy with this purchase. Thanks Blick.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Good basic palette
from Phoenix, AZ
I teach painting to high school students. These palettes are nice because students can just peel off dried acrylic paint and throw it away. Less paint goes down the drain! If students want to keep paint on the palette for the next day, they simply lay a sheet of plastic wrap over it.
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