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Old 10-12-2004, 11:17 AM   #1
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So now that I have found the future floor finish and messed with it I have a few questions: ( I used Pearl ex and a paint brush since I don't have the pens yet)

does it usually have a matt type finish?
I have a few circles in the area that have more of a shiney surface any ideas on how to make the whole surface that way or none of it? I was not sure if I applied too much to that area and it is where it "pooled"
Any other insites?
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Old 10-12-2004, 06:18 PM   #2
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All I can say is to experiment with the floor wax and the Pearl Ex. Try different colors and types of cardstocks. I don't really like it on white, but on the darker cardstocks it looks absolutely stunning.

Experiment with the amount of floor wax and the amount of Pearl Ex. Just keep working with it. I know that just once wasn't enough for me. It does take time to get a feel for how much of each you want to use and what colors of pearl ex to use on different colors of card stock.

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