Formerly known as Wingel, this formulation offers a slight gel that breaks down on brushing (thixotropic) and flows out to give a non-drip effect when mixed with colour. It is ideal for glazing. It dries to a gloss film that has an increased resistance to yellowing. This product offers all the handling properties traditionally seen with the historic Megilp mediums but without the tendencies to crack and yellow which are normally associated with mastic mediums. Choosing Liquin Light Gel is like selecting non drip gloss paint for decorating in favour of liquid gloss (Liquin Fine Detail). It provides looser handling such as seen in a Rubens or Gainsborough painting.