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magidave
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Okay. I’m going to revive this thread. Not sure if anyone cares, but Lee spoke of it as an “inert polymer” in his Silver Bullet Lite so I’m guessing his was more of a plastic as opposed to glass.
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Do you think these would act as a decent supplement to a planchette that would lie flush on a surface ?
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I am getting some in the mail and will test it out on my planchette when it arrives later this week. I’ll post here after I do so.
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Mia Secret
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magidave
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Thank you for the suggestion. What I received in the mail did not work well on the planchette. I will see if the recommended acrylic powder works better. Thank you again.
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Dr. O
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I'll second acrylic powder. A small amount goes a long way.
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Thank you .
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magidave
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Yes. Acrylic powder as suggested by Dr. O and Ringmaster does the trick both for a fabulous book test and for making a wooden planchette smoothly move across a wooden Ouija board. It is EXACTLY what I was looking for. Thank you.
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Please be very careful with micro balloons. They are small and light enough that they can be inhaled, and if that happens they can cause silicosis of the lungs. Ie. scarring of the lungs. Never expose yourself or spectators to them.

I'm unfamiliar with any possible risks of acrylic powder.

Micro ballons are made to mix with epoxies or resins to produce something which is lighter or bulkier for a given weight than straight resin would be.
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Thank you for the warning. I will proceed with caution.
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Possibly someone could do a side by side test of polymer,glass,and fanning powder.
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