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Using Rubber Cement on Fabric Before Painting

In 2009 someone posted here that you can use rubber cement as a base coat on fabric followed by acrylic paint. It sounds crazy, but would be great. Anyone ever tried this? Surely it wouldn't wash.

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February 3, 20170 found this helpful

It looks like you can make designs by drizzling the rubber cement over the fabric, painting it, and then peeling it off. Since you peel the cement off, you can wash it. Pinterest has many examples for you to see.

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February 6, 20170 found this helpful

the original post was in '09 and said you could lay down a base of rubber cement and paint on top of it. I guess it still makes no sense.

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