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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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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!
This is by far, the best for super high shine.
I have found that thinning it with water complicates application. The best way to apply this product is with a semi high quality, flat, square paintbrush. This product is extremely thick as the name suggests so when you apply it onto your projects, you might want to use very even strokes, ensuring that the product covers all surfaces. I have also found that fussing with it gives a very, very uneven surface texture. I usually dip my brush into the container, scoop up a blob of Triple Thick and quickly glaze the polymer clay. It might seem strange but I don't press hard on the clay. I sort of graze the top of the polyclay creation with my brush so that the glaze has more of a glass like impression.
If you find that it isn't as shiny or even as you'd like, you can let it dry and apply another coat. Drying time is very short which I also like.
Triple thick can be mixed with paints, glitters, and all sorts of yummy things.
Overall, I love this product because it gives a GREAT shine without tackiness or stickiness and it does not create bubbles like other brands!
If you'd like me to explain more about this product, please don't hesitate to ask.
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!