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Internet #202056337

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Rust-Oleum Parks 1-qt. Gloss Super Glaze Finish and Preservative

Rust-Oleum Parks

1-qt. Gloss Super Glaze Finish and Preservative

  • One pour = 60 coats of varnish
  • Ideal as a waterproof protective finish for tables and bar tops
  • Use to encase almost anything coins, pictures, shells and more
$24.98 /each

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Product Overview

Achieve an ultra-thick, ultra-glossy, waterproof finish instantly with Rust-Oleum Parks Super Glaze Pour-On Finish and Preservative. Just one pour of this crystal-clear epoxy is as thick as 60 coats of varnish. Perfect for bar tops, kitchen islands and more.

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  • Pour on finish and preservative in ultra-thick high-gloss, crystal-clear epoxy that provides maximum durability and see-through
  • Ideal for furniture, tabletops, bars, game boards, clocks, plaques and ceramics
  • Clear gloss finish
  • Covers 6.4 sq. ft.
  • Cleans up with mineral spirits
  • Resists water, heat and chemicals
  • Pours on for ease of use
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Customer Questions & Answers

I used this product yesterday and it bubbled horribly. What can I do about this. I surley dont want to sand it all off.

If necessary what can i do to prevent this from happening again.
Asked by: Kat1958
I have always used a propane torch to get rid of the bubbles in my projects. I've done my bathroom vanity, my kitchen counter tops & the table I use daily to do my nail clients. Ive not had any issues at all! Whenever you see the bubbles starting to form turn torch on low and just wave the torch over like you were spray painting something. With a sweeping motion, you'll see the bubbles disappear….
Answered by: kgriffberg
Date published: 2016-12-29

Useable for fiberglass?

Making a longboard with two structural layers of fiberglass. Would this epoxy resin hold the wood and fiberglass together under stress?
Asked by: Person
Rust-Oleum Parks Super Glaze can be used on fiberglass; however, it is for interior use only. We do not recommend applying this product to a surface such as a long board that will experience foot traffic and outdoor exposure.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2016-02-17

I am using this on a pallet table I have built - thus being that there are gaps between the pallets. Will it still work?

Asked by: Mac
No, this product is not suitable for that applcation.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-02-15

So I had gotten 2 kits, the 1st kit dried perfectly fine, and the 2nd kit did not. I followed the...

So I had gotten 2 kits, the 1st kit dried perfectly fine, and the 2nd kit did not. I followed the instructions to a the letter. where do I go for product warranty replacement ?
Asked by: Robert
We hope that this can be salvaged and that the surface can be recoated properly. We want to offer some suggestions regarding this application. This product is a chemically cured epoxy that hardens through a reaction between the resin and activator in the kit. If the product has not fully hardened at this point, it is not likely it will. While there is nothing that can be done to cause the tacky areas to harden, you can remove the tacky material from the surface with acetone. The acetone can be applied with a rag or a fine steel wool and then the soft product can be wiped or scraped off of the surface. If there are any areas that have properly hardened, the acetone will not affect them. There are a few key points to apply this product properly so that it cures and hardens consistently. First, it is best to apply the product when temperatures are between 70 and 80 degrees; cooler temperatures can slow or prevent the chemical cure of the epoxy. We recommend if applying more than one kit, that you only mix one kit at a time. It is important to have three clean cups for each kit used. Even when using the entire kit, pour out and measure each component of the kit into its own cup. (The two components do not have the same viscosity and you may not get equal amounts from simply pouring both bottles into the same cup.) Using separate cups also allows you to scrape the inside of the cup when transferring one to the other, ensuring that the entire component is integrated properly. After you measure and combine the two components, stir for at least two minutes, then transfer the mixture into a third, clean cup and stir for another two minutes, making sure to scrape the inside of the previous cup with a stir stick to ensure all of the material is transferred. We can be reached at (800) 901-0411 if you would like to discuss.
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2017-02-16
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Customer Reviews

1-qt. Gloss Super Glaze Finish and Preservative is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 65.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from turned out beautiful I hand glued almost $50 worth of pennies to our shower floor and had never used epoxy. I was nervous. I read and re-read the instructions. I brought a space heater in to keep room warm. I mixed properly. Timed it, added a minute . We poured it and smoothed it. We didn't need the heat gun at all. . The few bubbles that came up popped on their own. Then we walked away. It looks amazing. We were most concerned with it being slippery, but it isn't! Gorgeous copper penny shower floor. DON'T CHEAT ON MIXING TIME
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from what a awesome idea but unlike epoxy it is incredibly difficult to make this look good unless it ... what a awesome idea but unlike epoxy it is incredibly difficult to make this look good unless it is on a flat surface, also its very picky about mixing ratios and gets hot if you use a drop to much activator then if you don't use enough it stays tacky for weeks
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best Really good product I used a lot easy to work I love it
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from In the end i can live with it. I bought this product for my bar top that I had built about a year ago. I lightly sanded down the polyurethane that was on there. Then wiped with alcohol.I made sure the top was leveled. When I poured the SG on I spread it with a 3" plastic putty knife. I used a propane torch to get the air bubbles out. I couldn't get it perfectly smooth so I was hoping it will self level itself. After it dryed to the touch there were dimples in numerous spots. So I lightly sanded it and put another coat on. Dimples still appeared but in differents spots. So I bought another box and recoated two more times. Each coat looked a little better then the previous but the dimples were still very noticeable. So instead of putting on another coat and waiting 72 hours and risking another disappointing result I decided to dish out $35 for sand paper and polish. Then spend the day sanding down the SG to make it as even as possible. I started with hand dry sanding with 60 grit, focusing on the dimples and high spots. Then I used a sander and wet sanded 80, 150, 220, 400, 600, 800, 1000. It felt smooth as glass. Then I applied a automotive rubbing and polish compound. Lastly I applied a car wax. Its not as shiny as straight pouring SG on but its very close. There are still minor imperfections but i can live with it. Overall its not a bad product. It cures like it said it would. It's way better than polyurethane. But it didn't self level evenly as much as i would have liked. After spending extra money and putting in some elbow grease I'm satisfied with the result.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from There is a trick to this product The trick to not having bubbles form and a better finish on this product is to use a heat gun. It takes a while but the end result is worth it. If you pour the first coat level it out and immediately fire up your heat gun you want to get out all the bubbles. Hold heat gun approximately 4 to 6 inches above and move slowly over in a back and forth motion. Side to side is best. Up and down in a verticle pattern does not work as well. Trashed a cedar table because i did not listen.
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sure, this product is expensive, but the results are worth it. I used it to seal stamped hickory ... Sure, this product is expensive, but the results are worth it. I used it to seal stamped hickory coasters & the end result was exactly what I was hoping for. I would definitely allow yourself a couple test applications to get the hang of how it spreads and dries before going all out on your final project. It took me a couple tries to figure out how much I needed and how to spread it. Even after I thought I had the hang of it, I had some excess slip off the sides of a couple coasters and absolutely cement it to my disposable work surface when it dried. I'd expected some trial and error, so after the first batch, I knew how to adjust once I started making them in mass. The glaze actually went further than I expected. I was able to seal 20-25 coasters with about 4 oz of epoxy and they turned out great. Now that I've discovered this, I anticipate finding many other uses.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This had so much potential I made an island for my kitchen and wanted this glaze to put over a wood top. I was going to go with granite but I thought this would be a cheaper option. Well I guess you get what you pay for. This did not self level. Also left permanent intentions from a vase even after leaving it to cure for over a week. This looks great from far but I know the dents are there which drive me insane.
Date published: 2017-01-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought this product thinking it would be an easy way to protect a valuable project I'm building... I bought this product thinking it would be an easy way to protect a valuable project I'm building. Well, it didn't "self spread" as it said it would in all places, and I have bubbles everywhere! I tried the heat gun and reworking it and nothing happened. This product is terrible...DO NOT BUY!
Date published: 2017-01-23
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