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Old 08-05-2009, 04:23 PM
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Default Re: Lasercopy transfer

Hi Steve,
Have to try that too

Now, why wast good telivision time whenn you can make some pics too

The laser copy, silver plate etc.

Transfer taped onto the plate,

Transfer wetted with nailpolish remover (acetone)

How it looks whenn dry

Soaked and half rubbed away. Dont rubb to hard and wet often.

You can rubb fairly roughly but whenn the rolls of paper get bigger you should rinse. You can damage the transfer by rubbing too much. But if you don't rubb enough the left over paper fibers will be anoying at least Do remind that this is a tip from someone else. I just put photo's to it.
Good luck and hope this helps.

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