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What is the best way to make my polymer/sculpey charms shiny?


I'm new to this and I want to give my creations a glossy finish. What are the best ways to do that?

 

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    Bronterae 5 years ago

    Another thought about babies. They can break off and so most shapes with appendages are probably not wise. Try large squares/spheres etc...to big for the mouth without weak spots. Thanks for the follow btw, we seem to have a lot in common!

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    Samantha Harris (followthestray) 5 years ago

    I've read that you need a certain kind of nail polish though or it ruins it. Which brand do you use?

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    Samantha Harris (followthestray) 5 years ago

    That's awesome. Where can I find that? Also do you know if it's then safe to use as a baby's toy (since they stick things in their mouth)?


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