From: Jack Fulton (email@example.com)
Date: 01/21/02-11:04:57 AM Z
A couple of things . . . . one, you can dilute the emulsion slightly and ad
a very tiny bit of photo flo
two . . somewhere (I think it was a
Jobo Newsletter) there was a recipe where you added something like a
teaspoon of heavy cream (yes . . heavy cream) to the liquid emulsion to give
a "smoother" coating effect.
That's about all I know.
> I'm hoping someone on this list may be able to offer me some suggestions,
> I am applying Liquid Light on 12 X 12 glazed tiles, but I am having a
> difficult time applying the emulsion smoothly. With brushes or sponge
> applicators, I have thick and thin stripes on the tile's surface. If I use
> a spray bottle I have bubbles and speckled areas. If I pour the emulsion on
> the tile, it wastes a lot of the emulsion and still doesn't leave a smooth
> It doesn't matter if I use one coat or two.
> The supplier of the emulsion offers an refillable aerosol can but they
> recommend this can for developing and fixing large areas, not applying the
> emulsion. Could this work?
> Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you.
> Marilyn Dalrymple
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