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Re: Ambidextrous print coating

Will repeat Susan and say practice... (Maybe with less expensive
sensitizers, though.) I had to learn to write and eat with my other
hand when I broke the dominant one years ago. Man, you can't know how
hard is to consume soup with the reverse hand until you're forced to!

OTOH, if you can't manage to do it evenly with the reverse hand /
brushes and don't mind the different look you'll get, then you can try
coating by using glass rods / puddle pushers. I imagine it can be much
easier than using a brush...

I wish you a quick and full recovery BTW.

2009/10/13 Jeremy Moore <jeremydmoore@gmail.com>:
> ... does anyone have any experience or suggestions on
> learning to coat ambidextrously? ...