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    Thanks Sprytel

    Jean Luc is looking much better.


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    Sweet.
    WANTED: Boxed, Carded and Kresge Carded WGSH

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    Looking good!

    I did not invent the technique, but I do like to sing its praises whenever I can. The fact that it shrinks it to scale without losing paint or rooted hair... pretty amazing stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprytel View Post
    Looking good!

    I did not invent the technique, but I do like to sing its praises whenever I can. The fact that it shrinks it to scale without losing paint or rooted hair... pretty amazing stuff.
    So... What's the name of the product?

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    Naptha, as opposed to using Acetone

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    What is the process?

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    Pour Naptha in glass container
    Dunk head, making sure air bubbles out of inside
    Let sit for a few days
    Take out and let dry
    Repeat until desired results achieved

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    ^^^ Thanks so much! ^^^

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    Thanks!!

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    do you have to put something in to keep the head submerged? also, does it harden the vinyl/plastic material the head is made out of?

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