FAMOWOOD GLAZE COAT CRAFT is an ultra-clear epoxy resin that dries to a high gloss finish. It’s versatile enough for creating unique jewelry pieces or a coating for use on almost any surface – smooth or rough, stained or painted, old or new.
- Easy 1:1 mixing ratio
- Cures to a hard, smooth professional finish
- Self-leveling – minimal spreading required
- Indoor use
- Resists temperatures up to 120 °F
- Create, restore, beautify and protect hundreds of projects.
What is FAMOWOOD GLAZE COAT High Build Epoxy Coating?
FAMOWOOD Glaze Coat is an ultra-clear epoxy CRAFT resin that dries to a high gloss finish. It is versatile enough for creating unique jewelry pieces or a coating for use on almost any surface.
What is FAMOWOOD GLAZE COAT High Build Epoxy Coating used on?
Glaze Coat may be used on a variety of surfaces - smooth or rough, stained or painted, old or new.
IDEAL FOR CREATING JEWELRY, CREATING BEAUTIFUL CRAFT TABLES, BEAUTIFYING CLOCKS, PICTURE FRAMES, EMBEDDING KEEPSAKES & JEWELS, BED TRAYS, JEWELRY BOXES, PLAQUES & MUCH MORE!
• Restores and Beautifies:
• Sea Shells
• Bread Dough
• Dried Flowers
• Burls & more!
Is FAMOWOOD GLAZE COAT heat resistant?
Heat resistance is approximately 120 °F once fully cured. Coaster or hot pads MUST be used when placing hot objects on Glaze Coated surfaces. Hot objects may leave impressions on a FAMOWOOD Glaze Coat surface. The Glaze Coat is tough, yet flexible to avoid shattering on impact. Impressions usually disappear in a few hours at normal 72-75 °F room temperatures. The warmer the environment, the quicker impressions appear and disappear.
Is FAMOWOOD GLAZE COAT acid-free?
TINTING FAMOWOOD GLAZE COAT EPOXY RESIN
IN GENERAL: Unicorn SPiT is the recommended colorant creating either a translucent or opaque coating depending on the amount added. All pigment additives react differently as far as compatibility, stirring time, bubble generation and translucency degree. It is recommended to start with less colorant and increase as needed. Generally, when adding pigment, it is recommended to not add more than a 3% (by weight) ratio. Test the colorant with a small amount of Glaze Coat prior to project application. Water-based colorants may reduce gel time. The finished Glaze Coat hardness may decrease slightly when adding colorants.
RECOMMENDED COLORANT TYPES
- ALCOHOL INKS: Creates a vibrant and semi-transparent appearance. Alcohol inks work well in not producing many bubbles.
- OIL-BASED/ENAMEL PAINT: Some oil-based paints disperse more readily than others. Depending on the color, some create an opaque appearance while others create a translucent appearance.
- GLITTER AND MICA: Glitter and mica disperse well when using in thin coat applications (approx. 1/8” and under).
- LIQUID DYES, FOOD DYES & WATER-BASED INKS: Produce a semi-transparent coating when using in thin coat applications (approx. 1/8” and under).
- ACRYLIC/WATER-BASED PAINT: Acrylic and water-based pigments can be used. Some disperse better than others. Color saturation is dependent on the color and brand used. Water-based paints sometime produce more bubbles due to the water throughout the mixture.
- SOLVENT-BASED STAINS: The addition of solvent-based stains normally produced a dark, translucent to opaque coating.
COLORANT TYPES NOT RECOMMENDED
- POWDER PIGMENTS: Not recommended as the powder does not dissolve well.
- CONCRETE LIQUID DYES: Not recommended.
- METAL OXIDE PIGMENTS: Some colors may not be compatible.
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