HI,geeg said:Go to page 7 and click on fabric# and you can read all about it. It is advertised on the back cover of the new Scratch Magazine.
go here-> http://www.samuelsweet.com/board/viewtopic.php?t=160louise said:
Hi Geeggeeg said:Everything is 'brush on' so it is very easy to control. You use an absolute minmum amount of activator and sometimes none at all. It is tremendously tough and strong.
Hello again Gigi - seriously...the silk is just as strong as using fibreglass with the Fabric system? That is fab news if this is the case because, I have to admit, I do prefer the softer look of silk and do some of my clients...I've always tried to steer them clear of the silk and over to fibreglass for reasons of strength...geeg said:As far as strength is concerned, there is no 'best' with fabric#. Both are as strong as each other.
The 'look' varies in a subtle way however. Silk produces a 'soft' look which is very pretty, and Fibreglass produces a crystal clear look. So the choice is yours.
Yup, that's great news Geeg :thumbsup: ....all I want to hear next is that pink fibreglass/silk will be introduced very soon too (at the moment I'm being a traitor and using another brand for the pink/natural colourway, but I'll defect back again if you get that added to the range )geeg said:In the past, resins have been so weak, that it really was the fibre that gave the strength and flexibility and you're right, silk was less strong than fibreglass .... But with Fabric#, the Resin combination is so strong, that the difference made between the Fibreglass and Silk is negligible. Cool eh??