Stripping is the procedure for fixing Hecken and other works. All the work done from the thread is soft and flexible and if we want to give them a firmer look it is necessary to spice them up. This is especially true for tablecloths. We can get interesting bracelets by rounding off round tablets. Hat is almost impossible to wear if they are not scratched first. But the curtains, kitchen cloths, napkins and shirts, and many other usable items can be shaken. If you are making helix jewelery, shaking is inevitable!
There are several fixing techniques. We can do a domestic cooking boil of flour or sugar that you cook in water or buy those in the industrial spray or a bottle of homemade recipes you can look for the correct instructions on the internet or even better ask your grandma, cunt, mom ... We'll show you an example of buying a buckwheat . Every little bit better equipped drugstore has them on offer.
First, make the jobs you want to spell. We here have one bookmark which is flexible and does not lie in the book, a cup holder, as well as an oval tablet from which we want to make a basket. We need a bigger pot in which we will prepare a sting. We need a smaller bowl of interesting shape by which we will shape the basket we want to make from the tablet. It can also work on an inflated balloon. Great accuracy or any other work surface to which we will defer work. If you have a bigger piece of styrofoam it will come as well because you can work and attach it to it.
We use dry work for stitching. Prepare the cookie according to the instructions on the packaging (or use your own homemade product) and put into it the work we want to spice. The work should be completely submerged in the prepared liquid.
Take out the work and put them on a flat surface. We put the tablet on the upside-down bowl to form a basket. So let the prepared work be dried out naturally. After the works are dried we can start using them. We have to remove the basket from the washbasin on which we dried it. The works are now firm, unobtrusive and beautifully adhering to the smooth surface.
Use splinter sprays only to smell, but they are never so firm.
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