Holes and dents

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    • #91547
      Deb
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      My resin pendant was finished. The front was perfect so I applied rubber cement to protect it while I domed the back. When the back was perfect , I removed the rubber cement from the front and found little indentations and smears. That’s never happened before. I don’t know what I Am doing. I’m caught in a nightmare of doming the back then doming the front then having to dome the back again.

    • #91549
      Katherine Swift
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      Hi Deb,

      In these situations, I like to put the pendants on one of our drying mats: https://shop.resinobsession.com/products/resin-obsession-drying-mat-for-resin-non-stick. The mat will hold the pendant in place without you needing to use rubber cement.

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      Connie
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      I sealed my acrylic pour canvas and it has about 4 small pin holes in it. How do I fix them? Do I need to sand the whole thing down and do another coat or can I just add a tiny bit to the holes? Please help ASAP the piece is sold along with the vase I did to match..

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