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The clear worked like a charm. Exactly how the tutorial says. I even get away with using minimal soap, about half as hot glass. But I wouldn't do any less.https://jet.com/product/detail/aea652cc912a40b69a053a832922ddc1?jcmp=pla:ggl:cwin_hardware_a3:building_consumables_protective_coatings_sealants_a3_other:na:na:na:na:na:2&code=PLA15&k_clickid=1b3e8ed4-dcce-465e-af13-b7a0290cd844&abkId=403-907727&gclid=CM-Yl9O6w8oCFQuLaQod6xICpA
This has not yet worked for me.I have 100% silicone.http://www.homedepot.com/p/GE-Silicone-II-10-1-oz-...I've tried more soap, but it doesn't seem to help, the silicone doesn't want to cure. Am i kneading it too long? i've tried more soap, as well as less silicone per kneading, but it doesn't seem to help. my guess is that im using the wrong silicone?my current silicone patties have been trying to dry for 4 days now and are still tacky to the touch.any advice?
am i kneading it in the bowl too long? this hasn't worked for me once yet. I've tried more soap, I've also tried less amount of silicone.my only guess is that it is because i'm using white silicone caulking? the tube says 100% silicone though...the silicone becomes kneadable and i can form it into a patty, but it stays forever tacky and doesn't seem to want to cure. the pieces I have laying out on the table have been drying for 4 days now and are still tacky.any advice would be helpful. thank you!
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