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Re: [Marbling] ADvice needed for acrylics; what brands?

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  • Gail MacKenzie
    ... Always use distilled water to start out. Then try your tap water and see if it works also. Good luck! Gail [Non-text portions of this message have been
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 23, 2004
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      > I have just taken my first two marbling classes and loved them. Now I
      > need some input as to which acrylics are the best to work on
      > texoprint papers. Also, if you have any helpful hints about mixing
      > the acrylics that would be great. Must I add distilled water? I live
      > in South Florida and our water, while a bit hard is not well water so
      > I am uncertain.
      >
      > Thanks loads
      > Barbara
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      Always use distilled water to start out. Then try your tap water and see if
      it works also. Good luck! Gail


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