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1  IMAGE REPRODUCTION TECHNIQUES / Stenciling: Discussion and Questions / Quick Question... on: June 23, 2005 10:05:57 AM
(Weeewww first topic~ Cheesy )
So I'm stenciling a black shirt with white fabric paint (go figure). And there were some spots where it smeared. I've been reading around and I heard that going over the smears in black fabric paint will fix it up and won't be too noticeable.

But now here's my question: If I don't have the black paint on me right now, and heat set the white paint, can I still add in the black paint (when I get it) and re-heat it without making it look too funky? Huh  Or should I wait until I get the black so I could do it all at once?

Thanks for helping out. Smiley
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