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Fwd: Painting Windows

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Laurann65
Mon, 24 Aug 1998 22:21:54 EDT


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From: Laurann65
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Subject: Re: Painting Windows
Date: Mon, 24 Aug 1998 22:21:11 EDT
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What if you added thick dish liquid? I've heard you should add dish liquid
before you paint on windows because it will wash off more easily... although I
have never done it!
:) Laura Allan

In a message dated 8/24/98 6:45:57 PM Central Daylight Time,
hendel writes:

<< A classroom teacher has a room with windows that look out at a lovely
brick wall. She wants paint the windows at different times through the
year. Apparently, the last time she used tempera, it was rather runny. Any
methods for thickening up the paint for temporary window paintings?
Thank you!

Anne C-H in the Illinois cornfields >>

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