My new Online Course on Crack Repair is now available on my Teachable Site at https://iris-carr-restorations-ltd.teachable.com/courses.
Evie Troy and I embarked on this mission of making another online course in March this year. The filming was done in March and April and after many months of editing, we’re finally there!
Thank you Evie Troy from TROY Productions for your amazing skills and patience, it’s always a pleasure to work with you!
I hope many of you will find it to be a worthwhile teaching resource for many years to come.
Ms Carr, I have a question on the use of deft after watching your course on crack repair. The first time I used it caused a bubbling where applied to the color / varnish underneath the deft and around the crack. Can you suggest how to avoid this issue using deft? I did not allow the deft to thicken for days before applying as I tried this before watching the video series I purchased from you. Please advise.
Greg Fowler 706-260-1317 firstname.lastname@example.org
This is not an issue I normally come across. The only time this has happened to me is when I have applied some more Deft over some recent retouching. That’s why ideally, the texture should be all completed before applying the retouching. I have never had original varnish bubble up. What was below the Deft in your scenario?