Adding Glaze to Textures

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If you ever find yourself needing more working time in one of your textures feel free to add some of the Proceed glaze to it to give it more working time and longer drying time.  
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If you ever find yourself needing more working time with one of your textures, feel free to add some of the Proceed glaze to increase the working time and prolong the drying time.  
There are two [http://proceedsystem.com/wiki/index.php/Category:Glazes glazes] in the Proceed System and you should be conscious of which will work best for your application.  
There are two [http://proceedsystem.com/wiki/index.php/Category:Glazes glazes] in the Proceed System and you should be conscious of which will work best for your application.  
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If you are looking to keep your textures ''thick'' when adding glaze then you should use the ''Full Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium''.  
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If you are looking to keep your Textures ''thick'', you should use the ''Full Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium''.  
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If you are looking to really ''thin'' your texture then you can use the ''Low Viscosity Painting & Glaze Medium''.
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If you are looking to really ''thin'' your Texture, you can use the ''Low Viscosity Painting & Glaze Medium''.
Make sure you test the final performance of your mixtures before you sell your finish:)
Make sure you test the final performance of your mixtures before you sell your finish:)
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Revision as of 18:15, 31 January 2012

If you ever find yourself needing more working time with one of your textures, feel free to add some of the Proceed glaze to increase the working time and prolong the drying time.

There are two glazes in the Proceed System and you should be conscious of which will work best for your application.

If you are looking to keep your Textures thick, you should use the Full Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium.

If you are looking to really thin your Texture, you can use the Low Viscosity Painting & Glaze Medium.

Make sure you test the final performance of your mixtures before you sell your finish:)

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