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No-Flow Primers (Anti-Diffusants), Surface Design Dextrins 
Primers are painted onto the silk and dried, before the dyes or paints are applied. They keep the dyes/paints from spreading when they touch the silk, which normally has a unique wicking action that causes liquids to spread way out. Allows for freehand painting without Gutta or other resists. Think of them as a starch-like sizing to prepare the canvas with. They wash out in the end.
Important: some work only with silk dyes, some work only with silk paints.

We have included Dextrins in this category because we didn't know where else to put them. You can do some really cool surface design with them.
Jacquard No-Flow Primer
Jacquard No-Flow Primer
Use with silk dyes only, not silk paints!
Sennelier Anti-Fusant (Stop Flow)
Sennelier Anti-Fusant (Stop Flow)
Use with both Dyes and Paints!
Dextrin Resists- Potato & Corn
Dextrin Resists- Potato & Corn
Used for unique resist designs with dyes and very thin paints
Elmers Washable Gel Glue
Elmers Washable Gel Glue
Easy, kid friendly faux batik resist that works wonderfully for writing right on the fabric.

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