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Old 01-04-2010, 03:28
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It depends on what I'm working on. I love how ET Lite looks on scrabble tiles and bottlecaps and basically the top coat on anything. It is definitely a pain to work with though. I have been trying to do glass tiles and have had a hard time finding something to adhere the images with that doesn't bubble. I just bought some 3D Crystal Lacquer, Sun and Moon Glaze, and Diamond Glaze to try out. I haven't had a chance to work with all of them yet.

Another HG member recommended this as a replacement to ET Lite:
I'm going to try it. She said it drys just as hard, but it dries quicker and you can put it on the oven to dry it even quicker. Plus, she said there's not as many issues with it as ET Lite. It is a little more expensive, but I am sure that it would last a long time.
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