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Lesson Plans

Re: how to fix tables

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Tue, 24 Nov 1998 23:32:21 EST

I need an
inexpensive, quick fix. 3 are laminated and 3 have painted tops, all
have been carved in and all causes problems when they try to draw on
them. Any suggestions?

You can try the laminate company, but I just bought some really good, really
HARD, really HI GLOSS white paint (@35 bucks) and wow, what a difference. I
just wipe clean, bleach some marker off, and they are great. I can use the
green side of scrubbies and it does not dull or mar the surface. (I sound like
an ad!) It is an investment, but I use a roller to recoat, and because the
paint is so hard, it actually self-levels and fills in dings and cuts more
each time.

Oh! Not to sound the fool, but what the heck is a "Friendly Loom?" I have
something that may be this, but am afraid to ask anyone! Thought it was a
drying rack, and I use it to hang wet paintings on.