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Posted on Parks Super Glaze for turning inlays?

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#1 posted 05-29-2018 07:35 PM

Have not used that stuff and probably would not want too! Did take a stab at casting resin pen blanks without much success.

JMHO, would rather leave natural voids alone. They add contrast to over all design of a bowl or vase. After reading instructions think if follow them should not have too much trouble. Just allow enough time bottom layers to cured before adding more product.

https://www.rustoleum.com/~/media/DigitalEncyclopedia/Documents/RustoleumUSA/TDS/English/CBG/Parks/PKS-09_Super_Glaze_TDS.ashx

-- Bill


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