- The whitest of the whites. Absolutely inert and unaffected by other pigments, light, weak acids or alkalis. Earlier problems of yellowing and chalking were overcome and commercial production had started by 1920. Since then it has become a popular addition to the palette, although not as widely available as Zinc or Chinese White (in watercolors).
- Possesses excellent light fastness. Rated ASTM 1 (excellent) in all of our media and is on the list of approved pigments. A first class pigment.
- Titanium White is brilliant, strong and possesses good covering power. Non-metallic preservatives.