Forbidden by purists, Chinese White is much more than a repair patch.
This semi-transparent, pure white offers excellent permanency and a
medium-high tinting strength. It’s great for lightening other colors.
Drop and spatter Chinese White into a damp gray wash to describe the
moist, mushy snowfalls of the Pacific Northwest’s coastal lowlands. Try a
brushload of Chinese White where water’s edge meets snowbanks to
indicate melting. For field flowers in spring meadows, a touch of
Chinese White into Carbazole Violet helps create clover and other
wildflowers. And, of course, you can always use it to paint details and
highlights! If the paint works, use it.