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Old October 10th, 2011 Oct 10, 2011 7:31:11 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Mixing Permaset Supercover with standard aqua

Hi all,

Quick question, Is it okay to mix Permaset supercover with permaset aqua?

I have a light on dark (grey ink on a slightly darker grey sweater) design that I'm hoping to pull with Permaset Supercover. (This is majoratively to maintain parity with another part of the design that will definately be done in supercover).

So would it be okay to mix a little black aqua with white supercover to get my grey? I imagine it will thin it out a little, but was hoping to pass it through a 43T (110 US) so this might work in my favour?

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Default Re: Mixing Permaset Supercover with standard aqua

I've never tried it myself but it should be ok.give it a go and see how it goes.it's all about trial an error

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