Re: What can I use to remove excess purple hecto smears from finished designs?


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Posted by Lauren on May 14, 2002 at 13:15:24:

In reply to: What can I use to remove excess purple hecto smears from finished designs? posted by Jenna on May 14, 2002 at 12:00:33:

If you use steam, it should wipe off with the henna. Also, henna is
fine with pure or distilled water, but chlorine or alkalinity is a
problem. So long as you don't use city tap water straight, you
should be fine.

Lauren

: This question's for all those who use hectograph pencils or skin
: pens...
:
: Do you know of anything that will get off the remainder of the
purple
: hecto without damaging the henna? I had bits of purple left in my
: latest design after the paste came off. An interesting 70's color
: scheme, sure, but not what I intended. :-D
:
: I know better than to scrub at it with water. Alcohol would work,
of
: course, but... um... somehow I just don't think that would be wise.
: ;-)
:
: So I'm stymied. Anyone have any ideas/experience?
:
: Blessings,
: Jenna

 


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