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Old 07-26-2009, 09:13
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Default Glaze for rollabinds, scrabble tiles & bottle caps

I'm planning on trying some rollabinders ( and eventually scrabble tiles and bottle caps) once I get home from vacation. I've been reading alot about how to make them as I've never tried. I'm curious in your experience/opinion which glaze works best (I will not be making in huge#'s if that makes a difference). I've found directions that use Envirotex lite, Diamond glaze, 3D crystal Lacquer and Triple thick....

I also have a ink jet printer.... so I figured using images from my printer would not be possible due to ink running. However I found a product on etsy, called microglaze, that claims it will work to stop the running. Has anyone tried this? does it really work?
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Old 07-27-2009, 12:18
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Default Re: Glaze for rollabinds, scrabble tiles & bottle caps

I have not tried Microglaze. I can tell you for sure that you can use images printed from your own printer for those projects. I do! I use a spray sealer, I think it's by Krylon but I'm not certain. I spray my sheets after printing and before punching and the inks don't run. It's a clear spray paint and I got it at Walmart.
Oh and I use ETLite for sealing.
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Old 07-27-2009, 06:36
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Default Re: Glaze for rollabinds, scrabble tiles & bottle caps

I use Envirotex lite to glaze my caps, tiles, and rollabinders. Some say that the other glazes yellow over time. I buy the smallest box (8oz.) I can find at Michaels since I don't make many caps. I send my images to an online photo company and they do not need to be sealed.
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