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AKA - S.M. Barrett
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Hey, gang.

Just curious - what are the recommended non-stick working surfaces for liquid latex?

I'm going to be pouring and brushing latex into puddles and weird shapes, and I need a surface I can apply latex to that will allow the latex to dry and be removed without tearing.

Is wax paper my best bet, or aluminum sheeting? Glass?
 

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I've had good success with wax paper.

Though, if the wife wouldn't kill me....I'ld love to use the hardwood cutting board...(judging by how the occasional 'oops' comes right off the table...)

In fact, I'm half-way through a quick and dirty tutorial of the process for the local soccer moms that have been asking me how to do all the bloody stuff for their now-teenage sons.


(nose putty)






All peeled up and ready to glue onto your face (I prefer to do most finish work ON the face)



....I just haven't gotten around to actually gluing them onto someone's face and showing some finish work. :D
 
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