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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

TUTORIAL - GENESIS HEAT SET PAINT -COLOR #7 - NAIL TIP

Genesis Instructions
Color #7: Nail Tip


 Color #7 (Nail Tip). Thin this color and add to the nail tips using a toothpick or your liner brush.
After this step look your doll over carefully. If there are any areas that you have too much paint, dab them with a cosmetic wedge dipped in Odorless thinner. If there is any touch up work you would like to do, now is the best time.





Bake: Bake at 260 F for 8 minutes. Use an oven thermometer to make sure it does not get too hot. Place the vinyl parts on a baking dish in a bed of poly-fil. I would have a couple inches of thickness between the parts and the bottom or sides of the pan to prevent melting. Never leave your doll unattended while baking.
This time test the cure of the paint (to make sure it is dry) when the doll is cool by wiping the doll lightly with a damp cotton swab. If no color comes back off then the paint is cured, if color comes off bake again for 5 more minutes and test again when cool. If still not cured bake again, until cured, but never longer than 10 minutes at a time.
Important!
  • Use an accurate oven thermomoter and a timer when baking the doll. Do not trust your regular oven thermometer, as they are often very inaccurate! Bountiful Baby sells oven thermometers, if you need one.
  • Have your oven be exclusively for the use of Genesis paints. Do not also bake food in the oven, or otherwise use it for any other purposes.
  • We recommend that you use a special type of oven called a "convection oven" for heat setting Genesis paints, because it heats more uniformly and without "hot spots". At Bountiful Baby, we use a convection oven that we bought at WalMart for $200. If you use some other type of oven, it could result in overheated "hot spots" in/on your vinyl parts, with the associated fuming risks of overheated vinyl. This applies to toaster ovens, roaster ovens, or any other electric or gas oven. We recommend that you do not use them-- that you use a dedicated convection oven instead.
  • Put your convection oven in a well-ventilated place. If you "overbake" vinyl, it will emit fumes, as any overheated vinyl will do. So be careful not to set the temperature too high, or to let it bake too long. And take suitable ventilation precautions. Even if it doesn’t burn, hot vinyl fumes have the potential to be toxic.
  • We recommend that you use "test parts" to initially set your oven temperature and baking time. Test parts are available from Bountiful Baby at a very nominal cost.
  • Remember, you only want to heat the vinyl sufficiently to cure the Genesis paint, and nothing more! It is your responsibility to reach that point, and not exceed it.

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