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Stained Glass Finishing Compound - 12 Oz

$19.95 USD
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Product Features
  • Protects and polishes your glass art
  • 100% pure carnauba wax for a deep luster on metal surfaces
  • 12 oz. shake and squirt bottle
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Product Description
100% pure carnauba wax, the hardest wax available, comes in a shake and squirt bottle. Remove tarnish and residue on your solder lines while giving glass, solder and came a deep luster. Protects and adds a professional touch to all stained glass work. The 12 oz. bottle finishes more than 400 sq. ft. This item cannot be shipped air.
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5 stars Fabulous product! By on
Pros : I love this finishing compound. It cleans any remaining gunk...glue, marker lines, whatever....from the glass. Both the glass and your solder lines shine after a good polishing with this compound.
Cons : It removes a little of the patina. Black comes out a pretty gunmetal color. Copper on the other hand really brightens and shines.
Other Thoughts : It's a little hard to get the residue out of small pieces and tight areas. I've found using a dampened Q-tip works wonders. Don't kid yourself, though. The wonderful shine comes from elbow grease as well as the Finishing Compound!
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5 stars STAINED GLASS FINISHING COMPOUND By on
Pros : I use this exclusively. It coats and cleans the finished glass beautifully. The shine is perfect.
Cons : Smells not so good. Takes a while to dry.
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5 stars Stained Glass Finishing Compound By on
Pros : Makes glass and patina sparkle! I use it on every piece of glass I make. My pieces are not complete without it.
Cons : Messy to use. I spread it on with my fingers. You need to let it dry completely to a white color before buffing. Just like car wax.
Other Thoughts : Be sure and shake well before each use. It tends to settle.
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