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[quote] On 2012-02-29 04:58, volto wrote: In the UK, Letracote 103 matt coating, by Letraset, or Testor's Dullcote, or Humbrol Matt spray varnish - all used very sparingly. Or roughing fluid/spray from a dealer. Or if you're using a brand of cards that's commonly gaffed (Bikes, Fox Lake, Anglo, Ellusionist, Phoenix), you could just buy another for the hassle and cost of the spray/fluid. I prefer to use cards that aren't commonly gaffed, and spray them. The Wizard Product Review guys have a great FREE video ("Roughed" by Craig Petty) that you can view at WizardFX.tv - http://184.108.40.206/ This goes into all the details and has some excellent additional effects. In terms of warping, a Joe Porper card clip can help a lot. It applies a constant, even pressure to the deck, not unlike storing it under a stack of books. If you store the deck in the clip, it will gradually straighten out - but I wouldn't recommend keeping the clip on for performance. It'll slow you down and it looks unusual and suspicious. [/quote]
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