You can add a durable seal or finish to your baked polymer clay products with this compatible acrylic water-based finish.
It is a water based gloss or satin polymer clay varnish, which Sculpey says will protect your clay work creations and give them a new finish.
This varnish can be added to cured or uncured clay. When glazing cured clay, allow 30 minutes between each coat to allow each layer to dry. If applying to uncured clay, allow the varnish to dry completely, then bake at 130 C (275 F) for 30 minutes. Apply using a small brush and add thin layers at a time. The glaze can be thinned with water as desired.
It can be used on other clay's, such as air dry, oven cured or kiln baked clay. This varnish is also fine to use as a glaze on clay projects that have been painted with acrylic paints and it will protect the paint and add a shine to the paint and enhance the color. It also gives a good glaze on polystyrene and can be used as a decoupage glue and varnish.
It's the only glaze I use on my products, and Play Clay's prices are so much lower than Hobby Lobby or Michale's--both charge $5.99 per little 1 ounce jars.