Extra Rough Glass Bead Texture vs. Rough Glass Bead Texture vs. Golden Glass Bead Gel

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*Proceed Rough Glass Bead Texture is made with a more durable and less flexible acrylic than the Golden Glass Bead Gel, making it a little easier to work with stencils and more appropriate for the decorative finishing market.   
*Proceed Rough Glass Bead Texture is made with a more durable and less flexible acrylic than the Golden Glass Bead Gel, making it a little easier to work with stencils and more appropriate for the decorative finishing market.   
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Current revision as of 20:17, 12 March 2015

  • Proceed Rough Glass Bead Texture is made with a more durable and less flexible acrylic than the Golden Glass Bead Gel, making it a little easier to work with stencils and more appropriate for the decorative finishing market.
  • The Rough Glass Bead Texture has an increased load of glass beads of multiple sizes with some recycled glass content and is priced for the decorative market.
  • The Extra Rough Glass Bead Texture has larger beads, approximately double the size and thus producing more sparkle while the Rough Glass Bead Texture has smaller beads, producing a finer glass texture.


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