Full-Bodied Painting & Glazing Medium

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In 2007, we improved the formula and increased the open 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]].
In 2007, we improved the formula and increased the open 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|300px| Original version of Full-Bodied Glaze
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File:Newfbglaze.jpg|300px| Improved version of Full-Bodied Glaze demonstrating more working time.
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Revision as of 14:48, 1 November 2011

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.
  • VOC Content: <700 g/l

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

In 2007, we improved the formula and increased the open 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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