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Min    777

Any type of latex (as in paint) or is there a formula designed for ceramics?

 

I've used this stuff from Michaels. (there are usually coupons online for 40-50% off).

 

(Don't know if latex paint would work, kinda think in that case resistance would be futile  ;)  )

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RonSa    188

:) There is a Trekkie in the house

 

I tried some latex household paint. It doesn't really work well. It comes off in bits and pieces, not really worth the effort.

 

Thanks for the link, there is a Micheal's close by, I'm going to check the out tomorrow and see if they have it in stock. I'm going to check Amazon to see if they have it if Micheal's doesn't

 

Thanks

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RonSa    188

I picked up the product from Micheal's that Min and preeta suggested (liquid latex rubber). The stuff is smelly.

 

How do I apply it:

  1. Thick or thin?
  2. More than one coat?

Thanks

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Min    777

I picked up the product from Micheal's that Min and preeta suggested (liquid latex rubber). The stuff is smelly.

 

How do I apply it:

  1. Thick or thin?
  2. More than one coat?

Thanks

 

Disposable brush or really soap it up first so you can clean it then just paint it on. One coat is good, if it's too thin it tears when when you lift it off. Maybe try on a shard first. Glaze then just lift an edge with a needle tool and it peels right off.

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