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Topic: Diamond Glaze or doming resin?  (Read 3289 times)
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« on: October 28, 2008 07:52:20 AM »

I'm not sure I like diamond glaze that much.  It is easy to use, but sometimes seems slightly milky.  And it definitely is not super hard, which sort of annoys me.  Anyone else agree or maybe I am putting it on too thick?

Has anyone here worked with doming resin?  I saw that on Rio Grand and thought that might work better on my Dog Tags for People.  As a key chain, those get pretty trashed with Diamond Glaze.  Maybe resin would be more durable.

Finally, is there really a difference between pour-on type resin and doming resin?  Can you get the pour-on to dome slightly?  I am trying to avoid buying yet another product to try...I already have the pour on. 

« Reply #1 on: October 28, 2008 09:46:55 AM »

Ooops!  I posted this in the wrong forum category.  Can it be moved to questions and comments???

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