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Joey Stalin
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After making some blank cards with some acetone I have been trying to find something that could put a similar finish back onto the face of the card. Anyone got any solutions to this?
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J Hanes
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Mark Allen offers a fine solution on this DVD: http://www.blacktiemagic.com/viewitem.aspx?productID=237 which he credits to Steve Dobson.

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Ted Gillam
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I use krylon Workable Fixatif. It produces a finish good enough that I can use the cards in a normal deck.
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edh
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If the a product number that is associated with the Krylon Workable Fixatif?
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George 
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Its product number is 1306, with UPC code 24504-01306
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