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Joey Stalin
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I have been playing around with acetone and making blanks and other gimmicks I havn't found uses for and I was wondering what I can use to put the finish back onto the card I just striped off with the acetone. Like would there be a specific krylon spray or something of that nature?
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Krylon Workable Fixatif (yes, with an F) works well. It's not quite the same Air Cushion as bikes, but it is definitely a useable finish.

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Take a look at the URL below. It says that it is formulated for their cards, but who knows whats under the can label.

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