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5301Re: [Marbling] Re: Need Help

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  • irisnevins
    Aug 8, 2009
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      I used to use the old A&P green at times, until they added some weird stuff to it, it work but leaves an odd film. Better yet would be pure liquid soap, maybe Castille, perhaps from a health shop, no funny stuff.
      Iris Nevins
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      > Acrylics don't often respond well to ox gall...
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      True, and ox-gall turned out to be a waste of money as well. Here is a secret I learned from a professional paper marbler: instead of ox-gall, use Palmolive dish soap (the green variety) diluted with soft boiling water (1 part Palmolive, 19 parts water). For some colors, a few drops to a teaspoonful of diluted soap will suffice while for others (especially darker colors), the paint might have to be mixed with a cupful.





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