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  • Estimated Time

    2 Hours

  • Challenge Level

    Easy

  • Tools & Supplies:

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Get a beautiful professional-looking finish on any decorative item in no time with Rust-Oleum’s Triple Thick Glaze spray. This top coat gives you the look of high-gloss pottery without the baking process and offers scratch and stain resistance.

PREPARE: Make sure you are working in a well-ventilated area and on a drop cloth to avoid overspray and your work surface is clean and dried thoroughly. To clean, simply wipe the surface down with soap and water, then allow the item to fully dry.

APPLY: Shake the Triple Thick Glaze can for approximately one minute after you hear the mixing ball rattle. Then, spray the glaze in a steady back-and-forth manner in light coats to avoid drips. Work in a well ventilated area, like a garage.

FINISH: Allow approximately 2 hours to dry before touching. Cleans easily with soap and water.

TIP: Test Triple Thick Glaze on an inconspicuous area to ensure compatibility.