Topics Covered In This Video:
- Aleene’s Jewelry Pendant Gel Product.
- Found in the glue section at Michael’s.
- Baked Premo Polymer Clay with Gold Leaf.
- Two coats of Aleene’s Pendant Gel.
- Test sample more than 1 month old with no adverse reactions.
- Coating is very glossy.
- Flexible. Does not crack, flake or peel when bent.
- Coating is fairly soft and not as hard as a resin coating.
- Will mark easily when fingernail is pressed into it.
- Deep surface marks do tend to recover and flatten back out though.
- Would make a good clear liquid for miniature projects like the broth in a tiny bowl of soup with miniature polymer clay vegetables, or a miniature cup of coffee.
- Self Leveling.
- Gel is smooth but not runny.
- Dries crystal clear.
- 24 hour cure time between coats.
- Pop bubbles with pin.
- Odorless. Non-Toxic.
- Good substitute for resin for people with high sensitivities or for children.
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