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Sculpey® Gloss Glaze 1 oz

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$5.99

Give a lovely gloss finish to your polymer clay creations with Sculpey® Gloss Glaze. You can also permanently protect your sculpted ornaments, figurines and dolls by brushing the glaze onto your cooled pieces.

Specifically formulated for use with polymer clay, Sculpey® Gloss Glaze in a 1-ounce bottle will enhance your clay projects' appearances. Sculpey® Gloss Glaze:

  • Provides a smooth seal to cover imperfections, improve durability and set your clay.
  • Offers a compatible surface texture for clay finishes and colored paints.
  • Is compatible with acrylic water-based finishes.

Sculpey® Gloss Glaze Works With All Oven-Bake Clays

You can use Sculpey® Gloss Glaze on any brand of polymer clay. This product provides a functional, attractive finishing touch for all your polymer clay creations.

For the best results:

  • Refrain from applying Sculpey® Gloss Glaze too thickly on your projects as it can peel. 
  • Add a few drops of water to achieve the desired consistency if your Sculpey® glaze becomes too thick. 
  • Thin the clay with water and apply two to three thin coats as opposed to one thick one. 
  • Avoid spray glazes as they can turn sticky due to the interaction between the clay and propellant.
  • Twist the cap for precise flow control, open halfway for detail work or open completely to flood.
  • Test a small section of your project first before glazing a painted piece.
  • Apply Sculpey® Gloss Glaze and allow it to dry completely.
  • Observe your project for any interactions with the glaze. 


Sculpey® Gloss Glaze: How to Avoid Air Bubbles and Peeling 

If you choose Sculpey® Gloss Glaze to enhance your clay creations, it's simple to avoid air bubbles and peeling. 

Stir the glaze gently and refrain from shaking the bottle to prevent air bubbles. Air can entrap itself in the liquid if Sculpey® Gloss Glaze is too thick. Then add a few drops of water and stir. Next, retwist the cap onto the glaze and let it sit for about an hour. If the glaze is still too thick, you can repeat the process with additional drops of water. 

When you want to avoid peeling, apply two to three thin coats. Sometimes, a single thick coat will not form an evenly distributed film onto the clay surface. If any voids remain in the film, moisture can slide underneath and cause the film to peel and lift. 

Browse Our Polymer Clay Mediums, Tools and Clay Lines

Since the 1960s, Sculpey® has built a reputation for offering high-quality polymer clay. Because we want to make working with clay easy, we offer a broad suite of tools, accessories, mediums and clay lines.

At Sculpey®, we're always happy to answer your questions when you contact us. We also consistently come up with new clays, tools and accessories to create with clay. Our team is proud to showcase the hard work of the clayers who love our products — we hope you can glean some inspiration from their work to create your own beautiful pieces. 

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