Not tried it. Dont think there would be an issue, other than dry time. Be sure that it's used with a 100% acrylic paint. IF it were me, i'd just stick with floetrol for SW products, and the BM extender for AURA.
I havent, and i can say that i dont think i would. Aura extender if specifically formulated for Aura's unique configuration. normal latex extenders such as XIM and floetrol do not work in Aura, so its logical to conclude that aura extender would not be compatible with standard latexes either. Im not an aura expert, but that's my 2 cents anyhow :thumbsup:
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