Glaze Directions and Use
1. Finish, polish and dry restoration. Surface must be clean.
2. Dip brush into bottle, wipe excess off at bottle neck and bleed additional
excess from brush onto ceramic or glass mixing slab.
3. Quickly apply glaze to surface of restoration using a minimum of straight,
even strokes. Let surface dry. Setting time is 10 seconds.
4. Glaze must be applied thin. Clean brush in Thinner bottle after each
application and dry with paper towel.
*Note: Keep bottles tightly sealed when not in use. Clean bottle necks
and inside of caps to maintain proper seal. Add a few drops of thinner
periodically (or as needed) to maintain proper, thin consistency.
1. Do not have excess glaze on the brush when applying to the resin surface.
This may cause runoff resulting in
visible brush strokes, not drying uniformly or rippled, grainy
surfaces. Always bleed excess off onto the slab.
2. In cervical areas, it is best to apply in straight, even strokes in
a vertical direction from cervical to gingival or cervical to incisal.
3. Apply quickly. Use a large (#1) brush (camel hair) for large
surface areas to minimize brush strokes. Use a fine brush for smaller,
4. To clean slab, use a single edge gem razor blade and scrape the surface
clean. Use thinner to clean small, loose scraps from slab surface.
5. Always clean brush between each application, when finished,
and wipe dry on a paper towel. If bristles have stiffened after last
use, just dip into thinner for a few seconds to revive. Do not use inexpensive
plastic brushes, as solvent will destroy them.
6. Allow surfaces to dry before reapplying.
This will avoid creating unwanted brush marks.