I actually sealed 4 different keys.
I used a paint brush to apply the DiamondGlaze on the key. This was the most effective way to do it. Using the brush to apply it, kept me from having a lot of excess glaze on the key.
To dry the keys, I simply slipped them onto a paintbrush and set that over a small reusable plastic container. This way any drips are contained. Since I chose to dry them while they are hanging, I had to go back 2-3 times to make sure that there wasn't any excess built up near the bottom of the keys. On the plus side, I was able to glaze both sides of the key at once. If there was any excess then I simply smoothed it out with the paintbrush.
The glaze isn't fully dried yet, but wanted to give you a little peak at what the glaze does to the key. Since I chose to use the DiamondGlaze, the key has a somewhat glossy shine, but allowed the true color of the patina to remain in tact.
More to come soon. Much Love,