Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 46
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by lblinc Perfectly clear, glass-like finish
I used the Park's super glaze to seal our linoleum counters that I had painted with a faux marble finish. The color was mostly white so I wanted something that would go on clear and STAY clear without any yellowing. The glaze went on easily and it levels itself as you're applying it. We have been using the counters as normal; they get wet a lot, they have things spilled on them and they get wiped down often, and the finish is as flawless now as it was the day I applied it. It is such a high gloss, even after all this heavy use, you can see yourself in it! This stuff is absolutely wonderful if you want a clear finish that is durable and high gloss. Love it!
May 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LW With Patience it's Great
First off, it says only sold online but I bought mine in store.
I used mine to glaze my bathroom countertops that were an ugly laminate. I primed with 1-2-3 (tinted), then spray painted with Rust-Oleum Stone texture paint, finally glazed with Super Glaze. I wanted to finish with the Superglaze so the bathroom counter didn't have a texture (seems like that would get dirty easily).
The Super Glaze was pretty simple and the end product was really great. My bathroom counter has vertical edges which were a little hard but I used a small squeeze bottle to do edges and vertical sides.
Also, keep in mind any tools this product touches you're probably going to have to throw away. I bought cheap plastic paint scrapers to smooth it out.
My end product did have some imperfections because I didn't have a heat gun or blow torch. I tried to use a hair dryer and long lighter but neither really worked at getting the bubbles out. If you want a really professional end result I'd get the heat gun.
Use disposable tools
Make sure to have plenty of drip cloth covering the entire area
As it drips of the edges for the first hour, go through and smooth the drips or you'll have drops along the bottom edges that harden
August 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TheBujianLife Works great, slightly different project
I made a counter top out of hand milled rustic walnut which had various holes. I used super glaze to fill the holes and create a smooth service. I filled the holes and sanded it down and then finished the counter with Danish oil. In close up picture you can't see the super glaze but you can see into the distressed parts of the wood, the exact effect I wanted.
I notice there are several reviews around the internet about folks having trouble with the product curing properly. I didn't have any issues at all.
May 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Talonj Great Product!!
I've used this product on our restored kitchen table and a custom built desk. It's easy to use, goes on great and holds up to wear and tear. My kids having been giving our kitchen table quite the beating over the last 3 years, but this product continues to hold up great. It's easy to clean and maintain. Love it!
April 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jenn Works great if mixed and applied properly!
This is a great epoxy kit for applying a high gloss, crystal clear covering on items just as bar tops, picture board for displaying photos, and many other uses.
Ensure you are in a bug-free environment (not always so easy if an outside project is involved), or the bugs are prone to becoming permanently embedded in the epoxy.
I have used the crystal clear product for embedding photos onto a table top surface. Other things such as pennies, seasheels, and more can be embedded. The epoxy for the most part "self-levels", however for bigger projects I would recommend a tool like a squeegie for a more even application.
July 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Powerhouse Great product
Easy to use quality turnout every time. The more layers you put on the deeper the gloss
June 16, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by EddieK Worked as described
Please follow the directions! Mixing is the key and the parts mixed must be "EQUAL" or your finish will not be good. Also, when mixing together, do not use fast strokes like you would when whipping paint, use average, smooth strokes and you will eliminate the bubbles you would create by whipping. You can get the bubbles out with a little heat on them, but it is a pain. Soft, continuous strokes (like mixing pancake batter) for about 6 minutes will give you a mix that will pour bubble free.
September 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Linglen worked as expected
I used this product to seal a table that was crumbling. It worked perfectly.
September 15, 2015