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Old 06-13-2013, 01:39 PM   #33
nUcLeArEnVoY
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Glaze seems to have two meanings... some say its simply a product that is meant to beautify paint and mask imperfections and has a very temporary effect. Others treat is as an extremely mild abrasive used as a last step product.

For the latter, I don't see the point so the only glazes I've ever found use out of are the ones that cater to the first prescribed definition, such as Adam's Brilliant Glaze and Poorboy's Blackout.
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