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    protecting rub ons

    My DD showed me a lo she had done using rub ons. I took it out of the page protector to scan & part of the rub on stayed on the protector. Any ideas as to how to prevent this? Was thinking maybe a fixative spray. Anyone had any experience with this?
    Carol
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    Oh wow. That stinks. I'm trying to think if I used any rub-ons on my LOs. I didn't think they were suppose to do that.
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    They're not so I don't know if she didn't burnish enough or if it is a problem with CTMH products. I searched the Internet but didn't find anything that I could spray on to prevent it so I burnished the daylights out of it & will hope for the best.
    Carol
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    The miracle isn't that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start. John J. Bingham


 

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