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From: gingersblue7/21/14 10:54 PM 
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I wrote a comprehensive article that talks about sealers for polymer clay. Which ones are good, which ones are bad, and if you even need one in the first place. I thought it might be of interest to some of you.



Ginger Davis Allman
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From: pcbrook7/29/14 4:02 PM 
To: gingersblue  (2 of 4) 
 70950.2 in reply to 70950.1 

Very informative!  Thank you!


From: bethcurran8/7/14 8:13 PM 
To: gingersblue  (3 of 4) 
 70950.3 in reply to 70950.1 

Ginger, have you tried General Finishes High Performance gloss polyurethane, available at Woodcraft stores?  (Probably elsewhere, too, but this is where I get it in Ohio.  It's not at any of the big box stores.)  I got it after a review of polyurethanes appeared in my hubby's Fine Woodworking magazine.  Prepare to have someone standing by to catch you when you check the price, about $18 per pint, but worth every penny.  It's completely self-leveling and gives a flawless surface, and gives run-free dip coating.  Check it out if you haven't tried it; I've been using it for a couple years and just love it - Beth Curran


From: gingersblue8/7/14 9:28 PM 
To: bethcurran  (4 of 4) 
 70950.4 in reply to 70950.3 

No, I haven't Beth. I imagine it's wonderful stuff. I'll keep an eye out for it. We do have some nice hardwood stores here and they might have it. For now I have enough Varathane to cover half my house, but I'm always open to learning about good products. Thanks!




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