A couple of weeks ago I used some Judikins Diamond Glaze to make some of my alcohol ink washers shiny. It didn't go quite to plan, so I thought I'd try some Dimensional Magic.
At first it went much better. The nozzle on the Dimensional Magic is much finer and allowed me to put down a nice ring of glaze. However, the glaze is thinner than the Diamond Glaze, and it ran into the same problem of several of them losing surface tension and collapsing into the hole in the center.
Also, the Dimensional Magic seemed to react with some of the washers and made the colors run together. As you can see in the photo above with some collapsed glue that dried with a red tint.
I'm still trying to figure out how to make the glaze work. There are a couple of brands I haven't tried--and maybe the Diamond Glaze in the smaller bottle with a finer tip would work better.
At any rate, I took my best glazed washers from the last two projects and was able to make a couple of necklaces out of them. If you have any tips for glazing washers, let me know in the comments.