I give it 4 stars.
Diamond Glaze worked as a wonderful substitute for resin on a gingerbread cookie ornament my son made at school. The first coat I did very thin so the cookie wouldn’t get soggy. This worked perfect to seal the cookie. It was dry in minutes. The second coat was a little thicker to add extra protection. What I like most about the Diamond Glaze in this situation is the gingerbread smell was still there after glazing. The diamond glaze also turned the dried white glue clear and the glitter became shiny and sparkly instead of dull.
I got a small bottle of Triple Thick to use on my epoxy resin pieces to add a nice glossy finish to them. So far I have found it to be very easy to use. It is very thick and I use a soft bristle paint brush to apply. The first time I used it the paint brush was a little stiff and there were slight lines left behind. It doesn’t take long to dry and to be fully dry I think my piece took about 30 minutes for a thick layer. I haven’t had any issues with it not being completely clear when it is dry even though there are times during the drying process that some pieces looked like they were going to be ruined with areas I had a bit of an extra thick coat. I have used it to fill in minor scuffs and blemishes on pieces and it masks them wonderfully.
Triple Thick gets a rating of 4 smiles ☻☻☻☻☺