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Triple Thick Brush on Gloss Glaze

by DecoArt

Give your crafts the appearance of a fired glaze finish! DecoArt Triple Thick Brilliant Brush-on Glaze is a clear, high-gloss glaze ideal for adding a protective finish with the look of depth to hard craft surfaces. The brush-on glaze is three times as thick, quick-drying, and crack resistant. Only one coat is necessary for best results!

Triple Thick Brilliant Brush-on Glaze can be used on wood, wicker, metal, plaster, resin, papier mache, bisque, ceramics, painted china, and other surfaces.

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Triple Thick Brush on Gloss Glaze

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Laura C from FL says:

Works as promised

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Can I put black acrylic paint in the glaze to make a black glaze?

- Asked by chris on 11-Oct-13

The Triple Thick Brush on Gloss Glaze is a protective top coat glaze used to give a fired-glaze finish. This is not recommended as a mixing medium for acrylic paint.

- Answered by MisterArt on 14-Oct-13

Is the Triple Thick Brush-on Gloss glaze "heat resistant"?

- Asked by Kris bierman on 09-Dec-12

The Triple Thick Brush-on Gloss Glaze by DecoArt is not heat resistant and should only be air-dried. You can use the Pure Brilliance Clear Glaze or the Clear Envision Glaze by Duncan for heat resistant glazes.

- Answered by MisterArt on 11-Dec-12

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Rated by: Laura C in FL
Works as promised
Rated by: StevesHouse by Paula in Phoenix, AZ
I do mosaics and frequently use bisque fired vintage tiles and broken china tiles. To prevent damage to the design on the tiles during the grouting proces, I initially apply a layer of this glaze to the tiles. It works great. I have also used this glaze on vintage/antique majolica tiles when the glaze is either really damaged or dull to rejuvenate the look. I don't like to alter antique tiles unless really necessary and this glaze just seems to do the trick without altering the integrity of the antique tiles.
Rated by: John D. in Houston, TX
This product performed exactly as described on your Web site. Delivery was prompt and the price was the best I found anywhere. Everything was packed very securely. I'm very satisfied with my purchase.

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