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 Post subject: Re-cellophaning decks.
PostPosted: Sat Aug 08, 2009 7:50 pm 
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Hey guys, other than buying new deck seals which is easy. Is there a certrain technique to re-cellophaning them to look like new? This is something I haven't even experimented much with. Just like to hear your thoughts.

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There have been articles in the past describing this in detail. The easiest is to use an Xacto knife to carefully open the *bottom* of the cellophane and do your dirty work. When done, use some clear double sided tape to close it again.

This will fly by just about anyone even suspecting a gaffed deck. The cellophane is torn and discarded, thus destroying the evidence of any wrongdoing. By the time they try and reconstruct what happened, the deed is done and the evidence is gone.


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 Post subject: Re: Re-cellophaning decks.
PostPosted: Sun Aug 09, 2009 3:51 pm 
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Spiritkrusher wrote:
Hey guys, other than buying new deck seals which is easy. Is there a certrain technique to re-cellophaning them to look like new? This is something I haven't even experimented much with. Just like to hear your thoughts.

Thanks.


I've used a sharp knife and glue before. I can't remember what kind of glue, but it wasn't anything special.


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Glue sticks work wonders. Personally though, I've quit with replacing the cellophane on my decks. I simply just put a new deck seal on it, and I haven't seen a difference in the reactions.


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are you looking to reseal a stacked deck or reseala deck as an effect?


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