This is the only gloss resin I have ever used. I love the results and the more you work with gloss resin, the easier it gets. Your pieces can be ''glossed'' together, so I don't know what the big deal is over it not being compatible with certain glues or other products. This resin actually elimates the need for glue. And by the way, it does come in a larger size.
Best stuff I've used. Better than the most expensive and I've used a lot of resin.
This is a very rare low rating that I give. The only reason I give it five hearts is in the finished Appearance of the few pieces that came out good. Even among those, I still have one or two tiny bubbles, thankfully at the very edge of the bezel. There was one or two that I have had to use a pin to "dig out" the bubble on the dry gloss, then filled it in, but to make it blend I had to add another layer of gloss. I went through two bottles, to get only a handful pieces. I have wasted and ruined far more than those that came out good. (I would have had lots more) So sorry to give it this low review. The price would have been worth it, except when I think of all the pieces that were ruined.
This was my first experience using Magic-Glos. My first piece was a simple portrait in an antique brass oval frame. I poured the Magic-Glos on rather thick and let it settle. I had no trouble with bubbles. I added a second layer and was able to get a nice domed appearance. I used an ultra-violet light source for 15 minutes to dry the piece but left it for several hours to be sure it was dry. The result was a crystal clear image. I plan to use this Magic-Glos again and to be more creative with the materials I add to the Magic-Glos.