Using Windex or Lysol to avoid liftoff??greenspun.com : LUSENET : polaroid transfers : One Thread
Hi. I've heard that windex or lysol can help avoid liftoff when added to the water used to soak the watercolor paper (I use Arches hotpressed). I would assume that the paper must then be rinsed well after the transfer is performed. I'm just wondering whether there are problems associated with this "spiking" technique, given that an acid-free environment is recommended for long transer life.
Thanks in advance for the insights...
-- charles shahar (email@example.com), February 20, 1999
What I do is use the spray Lysol. Give it a nice coat, the squegee off excess. It really does let you transfer for minutes and still not get the usual peel-off problem
-- Mac Legrandi (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 19, 1999.
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