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Vid-005-1 Crackled Gold Leaf Tube Beads
Vid-005-2 Wrapping Beads With Crackled Gold Leaf
Vid-005-3 Sewing Your Own Dremel Buffing Wheels
Vid-005-4 Use Rubbing Alcohol To Clean Dirty Clay
Vid-005-5 Learning From A Burnt Clay Mistake

In This Vol-005:
Color Recipes:

1A. Pistachio
2A. Mustard
3A. Purple Wine
4A. Teal Pearl
5A.Old GOld

Video Topics:

1. Crackled Gold Leaf
2. Crackled Leaf Cont
3. Make Buffing Wheel
4. Rubbing Alcohol
5. Burnt Clay

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>> Customer Reviews (Volume-005):

  • Cindy, I have to thank you for your information about making a polishing wheel for a Dremel. You are the ONLY person or website who said that making your polishing wheel too big will put excess torque on the Dremel & overheat the motor. Yesterday I bought a corded Dremel, and was anxious to see results with my felt polishing wheel. Soon the Dremel started feeling very hot. When I shut it off, it was actually smoking! I turned to the web to see if I could find some explanation, and started wondering if my new Dremel was defective. Then I saw your comments and knew that was my exact problem. I trimmed down the felt wheel, and my poly clay shines like glass now. If only I had found your words of wisdom before I ventured into polishing! Many thanks for your insight, as well as your fact finding experimentations. ~Carol-K
  • I have not yet had a chance to post more customer review comments for this tutorial… but will get to it just as soon as I get a spare moment. ~Cindy-L

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