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Old 11-16-2012, 10:45 PM   #1
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can I use watered down gloss sealer, or crystal laquer to make my own goosebumps type spray?
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Old 11-17-2012, 08:03 AM   #2
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I don't think 'watering down' the other products with cause them to form the bumpy surface you get from using Goosebumps but this is just my opinion. There must be something in the Goosebumps formula to cause them to 'ball' up.
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I haven't seen how goosebumps looks so I don't know how it works, but if you want the pebble look you could use your crystal laquer or crystal effects (any glue of this type) and use an old toothbrush and spatter it onto your surface. It could get really messy, but you would end up with that pebble finish...
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You can get a great pebble texture by using only 1 layer of UTEE.
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After some thinking I came up with an idea of using UTEE as mentioned above but adding a little sand, a little grit of some kind then drying with the heat gun. And do only one layer. Maybe even Crystal Effects would work with some grainy thing added before drying. But I don't see any of this in a spray....it just won't work.
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