Full-Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium

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Full Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium is an un-tinted medium that has a great deal of working time.  
Full Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium is an un-tinted medium that has a great deal of working time.  
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[http://www.proceedsystem.com/newsletter/articles/pg.php?ID=2011010514190500000 Click here] for an article about a technique that Tim Glastetter uses with Full-Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium.
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*[http://www.proceedsystem.com/newsletter/articles/pg.php?ID=2011010514190500000 Click here] for an article about a technique that Tim Glastetter uses with Full-Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium.
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[[File:FullBodiedGlazeOpalescentGlassGlazeTechnique.jpg|200px|left|thumb|This technique was created using [http://www.proceedsystem.com/wiki/index.php/Category:Glazes Glazes]. The instructions used to create this technique are found [http://proceedsystem.com/wiki/index.php/Opalescent_Glass_Glaze:_Full-Bodied_Painting_%26_Glazing_Medium here].]]
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In 2007, we improved the formula and increased the working time of this glaze.  At 30% humidity and 70 degrees Fahrenheit, we were able to have 1 hour and 30 minutes of set time.  See [[Understanding Drying Time of Slow Drying Materials]].
 
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File:Oldfbglaze.jpg|Original version of Full-Bodied Glaze
 
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File:Newfbglaze.jpg|Improved version of Full-Bodied Glaze demonstrating more working time with no visible lap lines.
 
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* Please Click this link to view the [http://www.proceedsystem.com/video/stainFinishOneStep.php/| Stain And Finish One Step video]
 
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*In 2007, we improved the formula and increased the working time of this glaze.  At 30% humidity and 70 degrees Fahrenheit, we were able to have 1 hour and 30 minutes of set time.  See [[Understanding Drying Time of Slow Drying Materials]].
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File:Oldfbglaze.jpg|Original version of Full-Bodied Glaze
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*Please click this link to view an [http://proceedsystem.com/video/videos/VTS_04_1.mp4 instructional video] on using Low Viscosity and Full-Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium.
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Current revision as of 12:29, 12 March 2015



Full Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium is an un-tinted medium that has a great deal of working time.


  • Use this glaze when you want to retain toolmarks.
  • Thicker consistency holds onto marks.
  • Shake before use as this glaze will separate in the jug, this is a normal characteristic that also allows for toolmark retention.
  • VOCs Content: <700 g/l

This product exceeds VOC limits in some areas. Please verify compliance prior to use.


  • Click here for an article about a technique that Tim Glastetter uses with Full-Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium.



This technique was created using Glazes. The instructions used to create this technique are found here.
















  • Please click this link to view an instructional video on using Low Viscosity and Full-Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium.


Techniques Utilizing Full-Bodied Painting & Glazing Mediums

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