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Topic: Roughing spray
Message: Posted by: ryman (Jan 16, 2005 04:50PM)
Hey guys. does roughing spray work on plastic cards?
Message: Posted by: David Bilan (Feb 3, 2005 10:11AM)
Ryman,

Why would you want to use plastic cards? Plastic is slicker and the whole point is to rough them up...
Message: Posted by: silver (Feb 7, 2005 03:53PM)
I always use roughing spray on Bicycle cards! I don't know if it works on plastic cards. What kind of plastic cards do you use, ryman??
Message: Posted by: magicandrew (Feb 12, 2005 06:39PM)
That's the same question I had and the answer is it does work and it looks a lot better with plastic cards because they are thinner but it is hell hard to handle the cards. try it out for yourself.
Message: Posted by: bitterman (Feb 13, 2005 02:20PM)
Might sound gross but: try licking the back of the plastic card. Instant Rough! Good stick, easy to break apart.
Message: Posted by: blsorg (Mar 4, 2005 09:41PM)
I learned this years ago.... a styptic pencil (for shaving cuts) works great as a roughing solution. Just wet and apply... let dry. Works well.
Bruce
Message: Posted by: scottasf (Mar 9, 2005 12:12PM)
Aldini card rough in the spray can is my choice.
I used to get the fluid in a bottle and had to apply it with a q-tip

plastic coated cards?

Why bother.

Scott
Message: Posted by: Alan Munro (Mar 20, 2005 01:22AM)
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On 2005-01-16 17:50, ryman wrote:
Hey guys. does roughing spray work on plastic cards?
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Yes! And they handle like a dream.

I make my Invisible Decks out of PVC cards and they resist humidity like nothing else I've seen. They're great for using at a company picnic on a hot and humid day! I've been using the same deck for several years without a problem.
Message: Posted by: sullivanl (Apr 27, 2005 08:09PM)
Hong Kong also has serious problems with humidity, and I use KEM cards sometimes. Roughing spray does work on them.