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Scratch on final product

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Scratch on final product

Postby Deb » Sun Oct 05, 2014 11:04 pm

After coming home from a show, I noticed a small scratch on top of my item. Normally, I would put it back in the kiln and polish it but I have glued cabochons on the bottom with E6000. Any suggestion on how to fix the scratch or how to loosen up E6000 between 2 pieces of glass? Thanks.

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Re: Scratch on final product

Postby Georgia Novak » Mon Oct 06, 2014 3:07 pm

soak it in Acetone until loose. Pour the Acetone in a container that you can put a lid on or it will evaporate before it separates the pieces.

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