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General Finishes, Burnt Umber Glaze, Pint

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Glazing is the application of color over a pre-sealed or non porous surface. Most often associated with paint, ceramics or marble to add interest to an otherwise un-interesting surface, it can also be used to add depth or substantially change the color of your finish without obscuring the wood grain beneath. The uses and application (or manipulation) of glaze are almost as endless as the results. General Finishes Glaze Effects are translucent water based glazes specially formulated to give you a longer open time in which to achieve the desired effect. Use over any completely cured finish, let dry and then apply a topcoat to protect the glaze.Use any of the pre-colored glazes by themselves, mix and match or make your own with the clear base.


  • Translucent water based glazes
  • Specially formulated to give you a longer open time
  • Use over any completely cured finish
  • Add interest to an otherwise un-interesting surface
  • Pint
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    Excellent product goes a long wat

    By  jrfuda

    from Fayetteville, NC

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Easy To Clean
    • Versatile

    Cons

    • Expensive

    Best Uses

    • Color Matching
    • Detailed Work
    • Enhancing Depth
    • Hiding Blemishes

    Comments about General Finishes, Burnt Umber Glaze, Pint :

    General Finishes' glazes are extremely versatile. I use them over sealed stain to enhance depth, even out color and add or conceal grain selectively. I've been able to hide and blend sanding and filling mistakes as well as "character" in my projects that was uncharacteristic of my intent. Most recently I used it to match three defend varieties of wood in a large paneled and stain-grade trim project in my home.

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