1⁄35The Future Is Klear
While the clear parts are drying decant some Klear into a small container, big enough to take the clear part. I quite often use a film canister. Have a kitchen towel or tissue folded and laid flat, close at hand. When the part has dried pick it up with a pair of tweezers, by a frame and dip it into the Klear. When you pull it out touch the bottom edge, or corner, to the tissue. Make sure all the excess is soaked up. Place the part, carefully, on the tissue and cover to keep the dust off. When the Klear dries you will have sparkling, clear canopies. If you have managed to capture any dust or unwanted bits, in the Klear Simply go through the process again. This time though agitate in the Isopropyl alcohol several times, wiping with a cloth, each time to remove the previous coat of Klear.