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Default Re: Looking for Broken Rod Blanks/Pieces

Lee,
One thing you may want to give a go to, when you're "practicing" for your next build .... after you have a very thin layer of epoxy over the decal, or the threads, or your signature line ... you get the idea ... give a light, warm, NOT HOT, blow over with a hair dryer. It will smooth out the highs and lows, as well as remove any bubbles you may have.
Em

While I'm here, too ... if you find you need to remove any epoxy, after it's dried, rather than scrape it with a blade of some sorts, hit it with the hair dryer, and scrape the epoxy off with your thumb nail.
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