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Exactly as promised,
I have used Dimensional Magic over sealed paper and finished wood with excellent results. The product is milky upon application, but dries rapidly to a hard, clear, glossy finish. I found the three hour estimate to be accurate. The thickness of the final coating depends on the amount of product used; a thin (1-2 mm) coating dries to a thin glaze, but the surface tension of the product allows a more to be applied if a more dramatic effect is desired. Since the product is quite viscous, any bubbles that appear on application should be removed with a toothpick or else there will be bubbles in the finished project.
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Initial post: Oct 21, 2013 8:27:11 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Oct 21, 2013 8:28:20 PM PDT
C. Crye says:
Agreed. When tipping it to start to apply, be sure to do the first drop elsewhere (scrap)... this is where the bubbles tend to be (rising to the top before tipping), then move the tipped bottle over to the project to apply. Use a safety pin to quickly remove right away any bubbles if they appear before curing starts. This works better as a thin layer.
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