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gure. Launch or start the auction. Repeat for each individual action figure that you are selling, unless you are selling many in a group.Por celain Signs 1 Clean the surface of a porcelain sign with a soft cloth dampened with a non-perfume, non-additive soap such as laundry deterg ent labeled "free." Use a spray bottle to spray the soap into cracks and crevices. 2 Remove rust from porcelain signs by making a cream of t artar paste. Mix 1 tbsp. of cream of tartar and five drops of water. Take an old soft toothbrush, coat it with the paste and scrub the rust free textures off of the porcelain. 3 Touch up damaged paint with enamel paint or with cold enamel. Paint the damaged area with a small brush dipped in th e enamel. Cold enamel is an epoxy and can be purchased at a craft store. 4 Use a dry brush and brush over the new paint blending it into the HemaPrompt and HemaPrompt FG old paint. This keeps the new paint from standing out and keeps the old, rustic look. 5 Repaint the entire sign, as an alternative to touch .

ns 6 Repair an on-the-surface gilded sign by regilding the damaged area. Apply oil size with a small paint brush to the surface of the sign. Brush on gold leaf when oil becomes tacky but not completely dry. Oil size is an adhesive used to stick gold leaf to the surface when gildi ng and can be bought at a craft store. 7 Let the regilded sign's surface dry completely. Spray clear non-yellowing polyurethane on the new g old leaf. 8 Take a sample of an under-the-surface gold leaf gilded sign to an expert to determine the composition of the gold used and how m free 3d models uch alloy (silver and copper) was used. Under-the-surface gilding is when the gold is applied on the underside and shows through to the fron t. Regild the damaged sign using the same formula that was used originally. 9 Paint a coat of varnish over the under-the-surface gilded area HemaPrompt and HemaPrompt FG . Neon Signs 10 Check a neon sign for a failing transformer. A faulty transformer will cause the neon sign to flicker constantly. Unplug the .

e transformer into the sign and reconnecting the wires. The wires on the left side are connected to the left side and the wires on the right side are connected to the right side. Be careful not to cross over the wires. 12 Check the neon tube if it doesn't light up.You can see whe re the glass is broken. Unplug the neon light. Remove a broken tube by finding where the tube is connected to the wiring. Pull tube back to expose the wiring. 13 Untwist the wiring with needle nose pliers on both ends of sign. Remove the wires or plastic clips that hold the tube low carb diets in place. Remove the tube. Take note on how you removed the wires and tube because you'll need it to replace the tube. 14 Take the broken tu be to a company that makes neon tubes. They will make you a new one. Replace the tube in the sign. Make sure wires are the same way they wer HemaPrompt and HemaPrompt FG e before you removed the tube. 15 Plug in the tube after everything has been replaced to make sure it works. Wood Signs 16 Wash old wood sig .

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