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    Help! I did not use the ND die separator and now its...

    Discussion in 'All Porcelain-Press' started by Mrs.galfriday, Oct 30, 2016.

    1. Mrs.galfriday
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      Mrs.galfriday Well-Known Member Full Member

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      a gooey mess and I need to clean it out now so I can start over. Big whoopsy! Alcohol? I looked through my books and have not found a sovent (alcohol?) yet.
       
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      2thm8kr Beanosavedmysociallife Full Member

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      Just light cure it and pull it out.
       
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    3. Mrs.galfriday
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      Mrs.galfriday Well-Known Member Full Member

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      Won't the light cure glue it to the inside of the emax crown?. Anywhoo, he scooped it out, glass beaded it (sand blaster) which made a mess, then wiped and scrubbed with dish soap. The surface is so hard that I am sure it will wash off and not leave residue when I glaze it.

      Thank you so much for the quick response. Ivoclar does not work on Sunday and I could not find the answer in the e.max book.
       
    4. Affinity
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      Affinity Well-Known Member Full Member

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      just wet the inside of the crown, it wont stick.
       
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    5. Mrs.galfriday
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      Mrs.galfriday Well-Known Member Full Member

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      Thanks Affinity. So after I scraped the goo out, wet with the separator then refill and light cure?
       
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      Yes
       
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      Just apply some vaseline on the layer before you stick it to the coping or crown. and light cure it.
       

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