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GlazOn in original, vintage and matte finishes

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Product Overview

Domino tiles colored with StazOn ink and protected with a layer of GlazOn before adding more colors.

GlazOn is a dual purpose medium. Designed for use as a layer protectant between two or more colors of StazOn inks, GlazOn acts as a clear barrier to keep colors separated and prevents them from bleeding together or becoming "muddy".

An owl image tag created using StazOn inks and GlazOn protectant layer between each color.

A thin coat of GlazOn applied after each color of StazOn (or other solvent ink) provides a barrier that preserves the fine details of each color. GlazOn can be used on almost any StazOn-compatible surface.

A multi-colored image by Jowilna Nolte with a bottle of GlazOn.

GlazOn can also be used as a collage medium for adhering glitters, fibers, micro beads and more, and as a finishing layer to seal artwork.

Acid free. Conforms to ASTM D-4236.

Offered in three finishes:

  • Original, which dries clear and shiny
  • Matte, which dries with a clear matte finish
  • Vintage, which dries with a sepia-toned finish


  • For best results, apply GlazOn using an InkBlusher or Brushstix.
  • When using as a layer protectant: First apply a StazOn color and allow to dry, then apply a thin layer of GlazOn over the StazOn and allow to dry, followed by more StazOn colors and GlazOn to separate them. Apply GlazOn between each successive coat of StazOn to ensure colors do not become muddy.
  • For collage: Apply GlazOn to the project, then add the inclusion: glitters, fibers, micro beads, etc. GlazOn may also be used as a sealant on the finished collage.
  • GlazOn only needs to be applied in thin layers. Add a small amount of GlazOn to the applicator, then spread the GlazOn evenly across your project before allowing to dry.
  • GlazOn air dries quickly, but a heat gun can be used to speed up drying time. If heat-setting your projects, remember that you are also heating your project’s surface -- metal and glass become hot when heated, acrylic can warp, etc.
  • Always put the cap on your bottle of GlazOn when not in use.


Download GlazOn info sheet

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