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May I ask where you get silicone sealant? (Home Depot, Auto store?)
Any name brands you like?
Thanks!

PS: I personally used car wax in the past...but, it would be nice to try something new. Smile
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Stanyon, I have looked in "Secrets Draun from the Underground" and cannot find it anywhere in the book. Could you give me a page number or chapter, please? Maybe I don't have the right edition.

Thanks
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On 2007-08-23 20:10, Expertmagician wrote:
May I ask where you get silicone sealant? (Home Depot, Auto store?)
Any name brands you like?


None in particular, just as long as it's Clear Silicon(e) Sealer-Sealant. Get it at Home Depot, Lowe's...
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On 2007-08-23 20:30, edh wrote:
Could you give me a page number or chapter, please? Maybe I don't have the right edition.


First Edition - 1993... "A SLICK TRICK" Page 76.
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On 2007-08-23 12:21, Michael J. Douglas wrote:
TJ,
If fanning powder made them that hard to get apart, we'd just use roughing fluid.
If the cards are sticking together, I think a bit too much was used. It's easier to add more than take away, so don't dump the whole bottle on it. And depending on the deck's finish, you may not even need it. Get a feel for it on a regular deck first, and then you may choose to add it to your Tarot cards.


Hi, Michael.
Thanks for that advice.
TJ
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Thanks, Stanyon, I will look it up.
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Stanyon, have you used this method of slicking cards?
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On 2007-08-24 18:19, edh wrote:
Stanyon, have you used this method of slicking cards?


Yup! It's been around a lot longer than people might think.

Cheers! Smile
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Thanks, Stanyon. I appreciate the tip and will look into it.
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