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Re: 3000 ft of plastic wrap

Postby Kiko » August 13th, 2010, 8:15 am

Jack,

Pretty, pretty, please? Giggles, Kiko :lol:
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Re: 3000 ft of plastic wrap

Postby jhenryw49 » August 13th, 2010, 9:45 am

Sure but I am not sure exactly what is on the dvd Joe will give me. How much he edited I will talk to him hopefully this weekend.

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Re: 3000 ft of plastic wrap

Postby KBrownlee » August 13th, 2010, 2:42 pm

Yes, I use only 1 layer. But, I put the resist (in my case vinyl or UP) on, tape it up around the edges (1 layer of tape), then a single layer of plastic wrap (I use the walmart brand). I tape one end of the plastice wrap to the resist edge, wrap it around the piece (cup, bottle, glass, wine glass, etc.) and then tape the other end to the other side of the resist. I stuff the excess down into the cup and tape along the top edge, and tape along the bottom edge.

I discovered this tip on the CES board. After several dozen (empty) martini glasses, I got the hang of it and have been using it ever since.



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Re: 3000 ft of plastic wrap

Postby Ginger » August 13th, 2010, 3:17 pm

That is a great technique! Thanks for sharing.
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