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16 oz. Clear Pouring Top Coat

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Product Overview

Pour the clear top coat over a variety of craft and decor surfaces to create a smooth, high-end finish. Dries to a lacquer-like, high-gloss finish. This one-step formula eliminates the need to mix harsh chemicals and flows into a self-leveling, crystal-clear coat. You can also tint the medium with a water-based acrylic to achieve a transparent tint.
  • Ideal for canvases, wood panels or other flat art or decor surfaces
  • 8 oz. jar will typically cover one 16 x 20 canvas, depending on thickness
  • Delivers a crystal clear, high gloss finish
  • Non-yellowing formula leaves your artwork with its original vibrancy
  • Allow to air dry overnight - dry times may vary
  • Prop canvas at 45° angle to dry to avoid pooling
  • Non-toxic, water-based formula
  • Easy soap and water clean-up while wet
  • Online price includes PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT, WA

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
16 Ounce

Details

Application Method
Pour
Base Material
Acrylic
Coating Product Category
Paint
Color Family
Clear
Color/Finish
Clear Pouring Topcoat
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Kit
No
Number per Package
1
Paint Product Form
Liquid
Paint/Stain Features
Dries Clear,One Coat Coverage,Tintable,Washable
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Topcoat/Sealer
Returnable
90-Day
Sheen
High-Gloss
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Styrofoam,Wood

Questions & Answers

5Questions14Answers

Would this product work on tumblers as a clear coat. Like epoxy does?

Asked by TJ July 17, 2020
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This is a clear pouring top coat and was designed for horizontal surfaces since it is self-leveling such as a wooden table top sealer. I would recommend a spray on sealer such as Rust Oleum Ultra Gloss Clear. While spraying use light coats and keep the can 12" from the area you are sealing. I've used this many times in the past and succeeded with great results. This will perform very well on your tumblers and will not yellow. I've included a photo of the spray which can be found in the paint department at Home Depot.

could you use this to seal a plastic table that is painted with acrylic paint? the table will be...

Asked by nlou June 26, 2020
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Answers

Yes, should work well. Don't forget this is a self-leveling pourable top coat. You might want to try Rust Oleum Clear Coat. Check out photo I've attached of the spray. Works great on plastic.

does the top coat replace the triple thick gloss glaze?

Asked by April 18, 2019
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Answers

This is a self-leveling top coat. Yes it is basically the same.

I am painting a small kitchen countertop and would love a super high gloss finish.( I don't want ...

Asked by Carol April 9, 2019
4
Answers

Will work great.

Can I pour this product over an epoxy resin river table as a finished layer to prevent against sc...

Asked by Teddy February 24, 2019
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Yes, when pouring it is self-leveling and you can control the thickness.

Customer Reviews

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    out of 15 reviews
  • 90% recommend this product
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This pour on finish left a glass smooth high gloss finish on a piece of cherry wood that would ha...
This pour on finish left a glass smooth high gloss finish on a piece of cherry wood that would have been hard to duplicate with a convention brush on or spray finish. The depth would have been difficult to achieve with conventional finish and would have taken many single coats to achieve. Before applying, be sure the piece you wish to finish is clean, and remove all sanding dust with a tack rag to prevent any flaws.
by Jim
I did like using this top coat. It was very easy to use, and the idea of just pouring it on ...
I did like using this top coat. It was very easy to use, and the idea of just pouring it on straight out of the bottle really was appealing to me. I was kind of surprised that you don't have to shake it up before applying it but it went on smooth and like it says it was self leveling. I've only used this on one project so far. I was just finishing a doll bed for my God-daughter and this I thought was perfect for a nice shiny finish. I will show a couple pictures. You should avoid moving your project around till it is done drying I did mine outside and let it dry out in the sun and it turned out great. For my bed I poured it on the flat bottom and the flat underside and looks perfect. I did not pour a second coat as this first coat seemed to be enough. I had to let it dry almost all day, maybe i put it on too thick, and didn't touch it until the following day, but it was all good to go after that. The bed was painted white with an acrylic paint and the surface was cleaned and dry then I applied the top coat . I did like the fact that it had no odor at all and cleaned up very easily with soap and warm water. This is a water based clear high gloss product that says it is non-yellowing which is what I was looking for. I also brushed it on the other areas of the bed because I glued some decals on as well and I thought the top coat would seal these so they stay on forever. So far I like what I see and the way it feels.
by TOM
3 people found this helpful
DecoArt's clear pouring top coat is a very high-gloss clear acrylic. Completely transparent and m...
DecoArt's clear pouring top coat is a very high-gloss clear acrylic. Completely transparent and made in the USA. It is ideal to use on canvases, wood panels and other flat art surfaces. Is designed to be poured over a dry painted surface. After pouring over surface, tilt surface as to coat surface evenly to prevent pooling. A palette knife or brush should be used to accomplish this task. 16 ounce bottle covers a 4 foot square surface. The acrylic is water based, non-yellowing, self leveling with soap and water cleanup.
by Saint
1 person found this helpful
I use this product on canvas and it deepens the colors and leaves a very glossy appearance. I wo...
I use this product on canvas and it deepens the colors and leaves a very glossy appearance. I would highly recommend this product.
by Morris
Works well on my canvases....
Works well on my canvases.
by NANCY
Didn't harden as much as anticipated. ...
Didn't harden as much as anticipated.
by CAC
I did not like all the wasted product. And texture....
I did not like all the wasted product. And texture.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Hate this product!
Too thick and messy. Sets too quickly and can’t use a brush or palette knife once it begins to harden because you will tear it. Had to peel it all off due to tumors forming while drying.
by PAartist
Horrible product. ...
Horrible product.
by Dee
Overall the finished product came out well and this product left a nice high gloss shine, but I a...
Overall the finished product came out well and this product left a nice high gloss shine, but I also felt it was very difficult to use for a person on their first time attempt. The item dried in about a day and did leave a nice heavy gloss, but the directions tell you leave the item at a 45 degree angle over night. This left a big clumpy pile of the gloss at the bottom that then stuck to the newspaper I used to dry on, which I then had to use a utility knife to separate. Hopefully it will go a little smoother next time around, as the finished product came out well.
by 1918Remodel
2 people found this helpful
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