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Hello

I have had much trouble with painted surfaces on my puzzles getting shiny patches from the plastic shrink wrap packaging.

I am changing my packaging and want to know if anyone uses glassine paper?
Hoping that the puzzles can be viewed without removing from packaging.

I do use painters wax paper to store painted boards and hope that glassine paper will be as useful.
 

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Why yes, we use glassine paper and such all the time when we are professionally painting puzzles, doors, window sashes, commercial ti's new rez and repaints. It's really quite useful for multiple applications. I always keep some on my van for those emergency applications such as painting a precious vase or collecting insects for my entomology class or in a real emergency, it's handy to sit on if you really gotta use the honey bucket and prefer or identify with the seated position. That application method requires multiple sheets of course for maximum benefit.
 

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