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Old 10-16-2010, 09:03
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Default Starch?

I am new at this. I am reading that some of you starch your bows. Do you do it to all of them? Do you let it air dry or blow dry? Thanks.
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Old 10-16-2010, 09:10
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Yes I starch almost everything! I just let it air dry. I use sta-flo 50/50 with water. I don't use it with shear ribbons since it shows on them.
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Old 10-16-2010, 09:14
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Default Re: Starch?

i starch my twisted and my stacked bows. normally, i will drench the bow (50/50 sta-flo and water) then bake for about 20 min, then drench again, then bake another 10 min....unless it's a ribbon i know will bleed...then i spray it, then turn the oven off and put it in for like 5 min just to speed dry it...i like to leave them out in the sunshine when it's warm out too to dry them.
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