Ghost Chairs: How To Smooth Plastic Edges

Valentina Glez Wholers has gone a little further with a design that has surprised both locals and strangers. It is a chair that could well be described as a ghost. Ideal for the Halloween night that is falling. Meanwhile, smoothing the plastic edges of a ghost chairs requires sandpaper. After cutting and gluing the ghost structure, use a lightweight sandpaper to remove any rough edges. These rough edges occur after you have cut the design with the pulsate. The coarse edges may also occur after applying the adhesive to tie the chair together.

Sand after cutting the clear plastic

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After cutting out the ghost structure, take a piece of lightweight sandpaper. And carefully gently edge the edges of the whole piece. Do the same as you would when you grinded a piece of wood. Wipe the excess plastic with a cloth before proceeding to the next step in your ghost chairs assembly.

Sand where the adhesive was used

You want to cling the pieces, squeeze them and let them dry overnight. When the chair is drying, take a piece of lightweight sandpaper and sand the clear plastic at the point where you applied the glue. You will remove all excess adhesive. Dip a cloth in acetone and wipe the entire surface of the ghost chairs to remove dirt and dirt that builds up from grinding.

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