Spray the part

  1. Place your part on a flat surface coated with paper towels or wax paper.
    Tip: Spread extra towels or paper around the area to catch any overspray. This will make cleanup easier. Overspray can be wiped up with a damp sponge or cloth.
  2. Lightly coat one side of your part with a fine mist from a
    distance of one to two feet (30-50 cm). DON’T TRY TO
    SATURATE THE SURFACE
    – just a light misting is good. Make
    sure the entire side is coated. Avoid touching the part where it has been sprayed.
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  1. Carefully turn the part and coat the other side with a similar fine mist.

    Note: Fine structures/protrusions may be delicate. Over-saturating with water may cause drooping/breakage of such fine structures.

  2.  Let the part air dry for at least 5 minutes before moving it.
    Tip: A fan or hair dryer can be used to harden the surface layers more rapidly. This allows for quicker handling. Note the part may still be weak, so handle with care.
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