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  • Making something look like liquid.

    If you were trying to make something look like a liquid in one of those littel vials but didnt want to use real liquid(for spillage reason), what would yuo use?
    I thought maybe pva as it will dry clear.
    Is there any proper product that would look like liquid?
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    Re: Making something look like liquid.

    aren't some candles made with a clear gel? not very helpful but maybe someone will know what I mean and can direct you to suppliers!!!
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    • #3
      Ahh, good thinking!
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      • #4
        hi Seahorse

        I am a candlemaker and use gel wax quite a bit you would need to make sure the vital yuo were using could withstand the temp of gel wax as it melts at a really high temp test it using boiling water if it withstands that you will be ok with gel wax, I have some gel wax in the house if you like mail me off line with your address and i will send you a bit to try as if you buy from a candle supplier (hard to find in the UK) you will have to buy a kilo minimum then pay about £8.00 shipping.

        Hope this helps

        deb
        Deb
        Karisma Kandles
        www.karismakandles.co.uk

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