Subli Glaze™ is the only do-it-yourself sublimation coating solution designed to enable sublimation decoration on a wide range of surfaces, such as ceramic, wood, slate, and even stone. With Subli Glaze™ you can sublimate onto dark, or black substrates, and it also protects against U.V degradation. Subli Glaze™ is designed for ease of use, and all Subli Glaze™ products are available in an aerosol spray can for easy application.
Subli Glaze™ Clear Sublimation Coating facilitates the image transfer allowing sublimation inks to bond onto the polymer substrate; without Subli Glaze™ Clear Sublimation Coating the image will not transfer.
It provides a polymer layer to which sublimation inks can bond, to allow effective image transfer.
Subli Glaze™ Translucent White Coating is used when working with clear substrates such as glass or acrylics, where the image needs to be transferred to the back of the substrate, allowing light to pass through it. Subli Glaze™ Translucent White Coating is applied after Subli Glaze™ Clear Sublimation Coating is applied. The image transfers through the white coating so when viewed from the correct side the image has a white background.
It provides a translucent white background which the image is transferred through and it allows light to pass through the coating to illuminate the image.
Subli Glaze™ White Base Coating is used when working with dark coloured substrates or substrates that do not allow any light to pass through them. Subli Glaze™ White Base Coating is applied before the Subli Glaze™ Clear Sublimation Coating to give the substrate a white background on which to transfer the image.
It provides a solid white base layer to give vibrancy to the transferred image.
Subli Glaze™ Adhesion Promoter is first required to allow your chosen Subli Glaze™ product to bond effectively to the substrate, when you are applying it to any hard substrate with a smooth surface such as metal, glass, or acrylics.
It allows your chosen Subli Glaze™ product to adhere to hard substrates with a smooth surface and to prevent the separation of coating and substrate after pressing.