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I tried vodka it worked fine. I suppose the problem may be a laser print-out you have. Printers are different, I have a rather old one, new printers may print differently, so that the result is not so easy to transfer. I printed pictures in a print shop once, they had a color laser printer but my pics were black and white and I tried to transfer the image on a piece of wood using the same method and failed :( I guess the method I described is not universal for all laser print-outs, I didn't have a guess about it when I made a video. For everybody who has inkjet printers and laser printers that don't give a transferable result I would advise to make a xerocopy and use it, xerocopies work fine. Or probably, just try to keep a pic in vodka for a longer time when 5 seconds and hopefully it will work. Anyway, thank you for sharing this problem, it may be useful information for someone.
I'm pretty sure yes. I usually use the cheapest clear nail polish or it's also called top coat. Clear nail hardener is a similar product, just don't use an expensive one (with vitamins, etc), the cheapest will do the trick. The purpose of nail polish is to smoothen the surface and to catch the ink perfectly.
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