Dilution: Always dilute at least 1:1 with water. Failure to dilute Rosco Glazes may caused the medium to cloud over as it dries.
Surface Preparation: Surfaces should be clean, dry and free from dirt and grease. If applying over a painted finish, always test before hand for compatibility and adhesion. Allow paint treatment to dry 24 hours before top coating with Clear Acrylic Glazes.
Application: Stir contents well before each use. Apply by brush, roller, or spray gun. Apply in thin, uniform coats, using a good quality brush or roller. Use overlapping strokes, keeping a wet edge. Change roller direction often to avoid patterns and streaking. Do not apply a heavy coat. To build up a more durable finish, apply several thin coats, allowing each to dry thoroughly between applications. Failure to do so may cause the finish to cloud over while drying.
When treating a back drop, use a hudson sprayer to apply a uniform, thin coating so the painted muslin will remain flexible.
Film Thickness: 1:1 Dilution=1 mil. Dry Film
Coverage: 1:1 Dilution= approximately 600 sq. ft. per gallon (56 sq. m. per 3.79L), depending on substrate, application tool and film thickness.
Dry Time: At 75°F (24°C.) Dries to the touch in approximately 30-45 minutes. Can be re-coated in 1-2 hours. Clear Acrylic Glaze has a milky appearance when wet but will dry clear. DO NOT USE HEAT OR FORCED AIR TO ACCELERATE DRY TIME AS CLOUDING MAY OCCUR.
Clean-Up: Soap and water.
Shelf Life: Minimum 24 months when stored in a temperature controlled environment.