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« on: February 18, 2017 07:54:20 PM »

 If this has been posted about before I apologize I'm new to this forum. So here's what I have and hopefully my new crafting buddies will have some tricks to teach me. My best friend has this paper bag that she got when purchasing items from an expensive retailer. Since it's a smaller shopping bag she has started using it for her lunch box. I got this great idea to waterproof the bag and sew a liner in it so she can continue to use it as a lunch bag and it will be more durable. The paper it is made out of is not a cheap paper and is pretty sturdy. She has been using it for her lunch pale for over a month now and it's still going strong. My idea was to spray the bag with a waterproofing agent like Krylon or Neverwet. My question is though are there any agents that will bend and fold like lunch boxes do with out cracking or delaminating. Have any of you used products like these that you feel would work well for my project, and what are they? What are some of your ideas how would you go about waterproofing this bag?
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