Snippets – using and refilling a butane torch

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Just why do you need a torch for acrylic pour painting? What does the torch do? How does the torch create cells? Do you even need a torch at all? What features should the torch have and how do you refill it? So many questions about using a torch for acrylic pouring – here are all the answers.

Using a torch in acrylic pouring. Which torch should I buy for acrylic pouring, what features does it need and how do I refill it

Welcome to the first in my new series of Acrylic Pouring Snippets. I’ll try to answer your quick questions and show beginners some of the basics about equipment, tools, techniques and paints. I think a video format is a great way to learn something new, so that you can actually see it in action and watch how things work. These articles will also be handy to refer people too when these questions come up, as they often do, in our pouring chat group.

Today we will look at the torch. I’ll talk about the features and the knobs on my torch and show you how to use them. We will talk about what the torch does and why you might want to use it. Are you a bit concerned about using a butane torch on your paint? Then I have a smaller alternative you might feel more comfortable with – take a look.

Buy your torch and butane refill in the Acrylic Pouring Store or via our Amazon shop page.

Chefs torches ideal for use with acrylic pouring:
Amazon USA
Amazon CA
Amazon UK

Butane gas refill can
Or the BBQ lighter as an alternative

I hope I covered most of what you need to know in this video. I’m looking forward to perhaps doing a once a week or once every two weeks Acrylic Pouring Snippets video, so please do let me know what topics you think would be useful to cover. Want to save this or tell others about acrylic pouring? Please do share this article and video in your chat groups, and Pin to your painting and pouring boards on Pinterest. I love it when you share  🙂 Thank you.

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