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So I bought powdered low fire clear gloss (dipping). I wanted to make it brushable so I added CMC gum as recommended. It went a nice consistency but now it has settled badly. Its very watery and too thin now to dip. How can I bring it back, or can I? More CMC? A flocculant?
Is this a dry base that you add only water to? Do you have more? Add in more of the mix sparingly until the consistency is good.
No I don't have any more. Someone said add some Epsom salts (deflocculant) so I'm going to try that
Thanks Cyndi, Looks like I needed that clarification flocculate schmoculate :)
Thats a great website btw too thanks again