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Posted on Parks Super Glaze for turning inlays?

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#1 posted 05-29-2018 07:44 PM

It will probably work fine, but be aware it is a fairly thin product with a decent open time so it will self level. If the voids go all the way through it will leak out.

I have used the Parks Super Glaze once, and if I recall it was very similar to Envirotex. Dry pigments work great in my experience. There is a Youtube channel called Artist Till Death that does lots of really cool effects with a variety of inks, dyes, paints, etc. and Envirotex. Everything I have seen on there has been flatwork though.

West Systems is expensive, but would probably work out better for you with turnings. Polyester resin also will work, but smells horrible for a long time.

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