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- This package contains one 8-ounce bottle
- Use directly over artwork for a raised glass-like finish
- Made in the USA
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JUDIKINS-Use directly over artwork for a raised glass-like finish or as a dimensional glue for glitter and beads. Directions: Do not shake. Cut applicator lower to increase flow. Tip can be cleaned with a straight pin. Keep tightly caped. 8 fluid ounces. Conforms to ASTM D 4236.
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The money saved on amount is spent in chasing and popping bubbles. I have tried every technique I know to avoid this issue and I always get bubbles. I squeeze the bottle gently to release the air before use, I have also tried letting the bottle "relax" after each bottle cap... no use. Whether I gently squeeze or squeeze the bottle hard, bubbles steadily erupt from the cap. Then when it comes to popping to the bubbles, good luck! I had to herd them to the edge, and then scoop them out with a piece of paper. This would lead me to pouring in more glaze (hoping not to create more bubbles). All of my projects still have bubbles all along the edge and in the crevices. Not too big of a distraction, but a let down from my modge podge. I will try storing this upside down--maybe that will help? I will also buy other containers to see if that aids in this issue.
There may be better applications for this product. The bottle tip is too broad and the glaze too viscous to easily fill in the notches of a bottle cap or the gap between the photo and the bottle cap. So my efforts to fill these in have caused--you guessed it--more bubbles. I will continue to work with this to master this product.
So far, no issues with this drying opaque. This seems to set as clear as the modge podge brand.
My latest order came with a new style applicator cap. The cap has a permanent hole in the top.
Diamond glaze needs to remain tightly capped when not in use. Why would they change the design to a top that is ALWAYS open?
I salvaged the cap from my last bottle but it doesn't fit quite properly. I suppose that I can tape the top closed but it's idiotic that I have to start doing so.
This has to be about the most moronic design change that they could possibly have come up.
Diamond Glaze is a water based dimensional glaze that dries to a clear glass-like finish. But it is also a super strong adhesive that bonds to glass, metal, paper and plastic. Unlike other clear adhesives, Diamond Glaze can be mixed with dye-based inks, watercolors and pearlescent pigments.This creates an infinite number of color possibilities that can be applied to a wide variety of materials.
as trying to fill bezel. I found if I poured some into a small dixie paper cup, used a wood
popsicle stir to dip and drop onto bezel it works best. I still had a few air bubbles that needed
a pin to pop or move to side edge. ALSO after wearing my watercolor paper earrings with
this resin dome topping the color changed from a sky blue to a terrible purple blotchy mess!
I won't use this product anymore, rather purchase the two part ICE resin.
You don't need to shake it. It's a pearlescent glaze with a strong hold for a glue, and it is clear when it dries.
Unlike Mod Podge that leaves an icky surface, Diamond Glaze is lustrous!
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Also wish it was thicker, it's too runny for me to use in my projects.