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How to Paint Cold Cast Ceramics for the Outdoors.?

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1. Scuff the item's surface with a fine-grit sandpaper. Use a circular motion. 2. Rinse the cold cast ceramic to remove the dust created by the scuffing process. Allow it to air dry. 3. Don latex gloves. 4. Soak a clean lint-free rag with isopropyl
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