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DecoArt TG01-36 Triple Thick Gloss Glaze, 8-Ounce Triple Thick Gloss Glaze (Jar)
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- Can be used on wood, wicker, plaster, papier mache, resins, painted china, pre-primed metal, pinecones, jewelry, bisque and artifical flowers
- Goes on smoothly with no stroke marks
- Finish adds the illusion of depth
- This product is not intended for outdoor use and is not heat resistant
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Triple Thick Gloss Glaze is ideal for adding a glazed ceramic look to a variety of hard craft surfaces. Becauase it is extra-thick, only one coat is needed for most surfaces. Triple Thick is not intended for outdoor use and is not heat resistant.
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The glaze I used before only came in 2 oz. jars and was just a couple of dollars less than this 8 oz. jar of Triple Thick. It will be a while before I run out, but when I do... I will be purchasing another jar of Triple Thick!
I hadn't read all the reviews but the price wasn't bad and I was desperate to find something that would shine up my pieces. I read the reviews and I must say this product does get thick but I put my brushes in water after I'm finished; wipe them some when I begin and then dip into the glaze and I haven't had a problem spreading the glaze, with dripping or streaks but then I'm painting a very small product.
The instructions say 'don't overwork' -- I have no idea what that means but I let it dry-within 20 minutes - no smell at all and then go over those flowers that aren't shiny enough for my taste.
The product does get thick but I didn't find that a problem - others agreed mixing with a bit of water would thin out the glaze and not screw it up but I prefer to use it fairly thick and just have the brush be wet enough to help spread the glaze.
The picture below doesn't really show the look of china that I get and I am very pleased with the final product. I have ordered three more jars and also I'm trying some other glazes. Those of us who can't get out to a hardware store would probably find this type glaze (or the same) at a cheaper price but time is money so....there you go!
I use wax paper under smaller pieces to protect surfaces, and for larger pieces, I will just use some plastic grocery bags or something else that the piece won't stick too badly to. I have not noticed any yellowing, even in pieces I did over two years ago. It's an inexpensive glaze to try out, even if you don't love it yourself, you can pass it along without it breaking your wallet.
A few tips I use:
Use less at first, you can always add more after the first coat is dry
Try using this in small pieces, like barrettes to add shine and protect your work.
Don't let it get on the outside of the rim--it will make the jar hard to open.
Always close the lid tightly so it doesn't get dried out.
Use on anything--but make sure you seal paper (you can use just a regular paper glaze) first just in case, I have made some neat stuff just using this and paper.
A very nice product that will last most folks quite a long time, and a great price for the quality of the product!