"Gedeo" Glazing Resin

 "Gedeo" Glazing Resin

Easy-to-use, two-component epoxy resin system (resin and hardener).

Perfectly imitates the look of glass while offering the sturdiness of resin. High-gloss finish with no shrinking when dry. 

Creates, through surface tension, self rounded edges without spilling over when applied to flat, level surfaces. Low-odour, medium viscosity. 

Compatible with all other products included in the Pébéo Mixed Media program


Mix two parts resin to one part of hardener. Allows adding dimensional or magnifying glass effects when applied to portions of painted pieces. 

Can be applied with a dropper to create pattern effects or to fill outlines previously drawn using a Pébéo Cerne Relief. 

Create dimensional colour effects on any creation by adding a touch of Fantasy Prisme or Moon in fresh Gédéo Glazing Resin applications. 

Using Fantasy, Vitrail and Ceramic, or Gedeo Mirror Effect Metal Leaf over dry Gédéo Glazing Resin applications yields surprising original results. 

Can be used to secure and fasten small objects on flat surfaces by embedding them in a coat of freshly applied resin.


Can be applied over most raw or painted surfaces (once completely dry): Pébéo Liquid Art Panels, glass, canvas, metal, mirror, plexiglas, plastic, ceramic, as well as on jewelry bases and decorative objects.

Helpful hints 

To apply the Glazing Resin in patterns or on delineated portions of a piece, it is recommended to mix the components and allow the resin to rest until it reaches a thicker consistency in order to gain control over the product and stop it from self leveling. Add drops of Vitrail, Ceramic, and Fantasy Moon or Prisme colors in freshly applied Glazing Resin to create special effects. To cover a surface and obtain self-rounded edges controlled by the product, it is necessary to work on a carefully leveled and elevated surface and to follow the recommended mixing quantities. To determine the quantity of product to use to cover a surface : 1. Multiply the height and the width of the surface you want to cover in millimitres 2. Then multiply the sum by 0.2 (for 2mm) to find the quantity in ml of resin to obtain a 2mm surface cover.

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