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I added a lining and a bias strip over the bridge of the nose area to accommodate a pipe cleaner for closer fit over the nose. I added a channel strip on both sides to allow a long time to go around the back of the head and tie in the back. you’re probably wondering what I didn’t change? The basic pattern. It fits very nicely. I’ve got four more to finish up.
Glows? So you mean gloves? Does the glove type matter? Latex or nitrile?Also, you note “don’t use stainless steel” for the wire, yet later in the tutorial in a couple of spots which refer to “stainless”. Is it stainless steel or not? If it is, where is the stainless steel? If it isn’t, please update the tutorial as it’s confusing.I’ve used mother board etch before and it is a pain to use. Having a different option would be handy.
interesting. Just a note though, the "headless" woman in the main pic made me do a double take.
Note that corn syrup in the grocery store (regardless of brand) is not high fructose corn syrup. Corn syrup is glucose syrup made from corn. HFCS is not readily available in the marketplace for home use.
What's the function of the baking soda in the formula? Thanks.
Note that corn syrup in the grocery store (name brand or store brand) is glucose syrup made from corn. It is not the same as high fructose corn syrup that is available only to the trade.
Honey has different sugars in it than does corn syrup. It will behave differently during the cook step. It likely will darken a lot due to the higher level of fructose.Note: corn syrup in the grocery store is not high fructose corn syrup.