RE: "Miracle Muck" ???
Judy, I have seen it kicked around on Epson Wide Format group as great stuff
to adhere inkjet paper and canvas prints onto "stuff". Perhaps it would work
with encaustic? Dan Burkholder's wife Jill, gave a presentation on encaustic
at the Sun to Moon gallery here in Dallas yesterday. While she didn't
mention it, perhaps it might work for that too.
Eric Neilsen Photography
4101 Commerce Street, Suite 9
Dallas, TX 75226
From: Judy Seigel [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, April 05, 2009 5:41 PM
Subject: "Miracle Muck" ???
While searching for something else in the back of beyond I came across a
bottle of a white substance labelled "Raphael's MIRACLE MUCK". I recall
that someone on the list (Chris, was that you?) found out about it
somewhere (at APIS?) and swore by it for something, so I may not have been
the only one who purchased it from "Artisan/Santa fe, inc. The Art Supply
Source of the Southwest."
Mine has been opened and apparently used once, then tucked out of sight,
(and mind). The label says:
"Great adhesive for fabric! Non-yellowing. Marvelous for joining frame
corners, dries with slight elasticity. Use with fabrics...most PVC
products and wood. Best straight from the bottle but may be thinned with
small am't water... Heat re-activable ..."
Which could be for anything, and finally,
"2.2 grams/liter V.O.C."
(whatever VOC is).
Clues, info, advice, haikus, whatever., appreciated....