View single post by Kitbash0n30
 Posted: Tue Apr 18th, 2017 01:43 pm
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Salada wrote: Use a lacquer as Helmut suggests. Any solvent based resin where the carrier evaporates leaving an impregnated resin in the cardboard works almost indefinitely in my experience. I usually use shellac in methyl alcohol ...For me, lacquer causes far less paper warping than shellac does.  I use Minwax clear brushing lacquer, usually gloss since it seems to give a harder finish and makes it easier to see coverage. For shellac it is Zinsser clear. Both in quart cans.
I know from the 1:1 scale wooden boat crowd that dry shellac resin flakes can be bought in bulk and mixed to desired thickness from watery to pasty.

See y'all later, Forrest.
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