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Posted on About to put a finish on my first project

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#1 posted 02-13-2017 12:48 PM

Flocking is easy to do, but you’ll need to decide if you want to flock the whole thing inside or just part of it. Make sure you tape off areas on the edge where you don’t want to flock before putting down the adhesive.

Remember that the extra flocking is reusable. When I flock, I use a cardboard box and cut part of the box away to make a little booth to flock in. Then I tape the inside corners and the seams. This way when I’m done, I can just tap the box to collect the loose flocking and dump it back in the bag.

Good luck,

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