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MicroGlaze is a specialty product for calligraphers and artists and craftsmen. It was developed by a small art studio in the USA to protect hand decorated papers.

MicroGlaze is an effective and environmentally friendly choice for protecting most paper surfaces. Since it is a soft cream consistency it is easy to apply with a finger. Just rub a tiny dab on any paper surface and spread it very thinly over the area to be protected. You should see no streaks or finger prints as that means it is too thick. Wipe your fingers with a tissue. That's all. The area is now water resistant. No raindrop stains and no smears from routine handling. For a soft sheen on the surface, let the area dry for an hour and then buff with a soft cloth. One jar goes a long way!

Use MicroGlaze on all kinds of paper, wood, metal, and plastic surfaces to resist dirt, stains, spills, and smears. Always test first on a small area.

The following comments can be found in my feedback:
"i've been experimenting for several months with protecting inked metal and hand-colored images for pendants. no matter how long i let them dry, when i brushed on a coat of sealer, the colors bleed, sometimes just slightly, sometimes enough to make me want to scream. finally found this stuff and IT WORKS. it's magic. i've been happy with everything i've bought from the lovely CD. with this stuff, i'm thrilled. thanks!"

Why does it work so well? The thin and easy-to-apply coating of wax protects projects from water, air and oxidation. MicroGlaze can be used on paper, wood, metal and many other materials.

MicroGlaze is non-toxic and acid-free, but ordinary art materials precautions apply - do not ingest. Not recommended for children.

Here is a really fun video with some ideas on how to use Microglaze:

•fountain pen written text
•calligraphic or rubber stamped envelopes, cards and mail art
•to protect inkjet printed cards, signs and mail art
•brushed as a resist for watercolor or stamped texture
•for “batik” effects on paper
•to preserve the surface of marbled or decorative paper
•to prevent painted altered book pages from sticking

•protect Ink Jet or Bubble Jet printer output
•on signs and labels
•to silence or stop squeaky file drawers

•on book covers such as fancy journals or albums
•on recipe cards and labels to protect cookbook pages or covers
•on metal tools, equipment, or on antiques to prevent rust

•on collectible metal airplanes
•on stored saw blades
•on all garden tools to prevent rust

MicroGlaze - No More Bleeding Inkjet Images - one ounce jar