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After they are done, I place them in a plastic bag with some baby power to keep any from sticking if any aren't quite cured.

Step 9 - Base Paint
When ready, clean off your casting (if you used any powder) and paint a flat black base coat. Paint both sides and the edges. It took only 1 coat but feel free to add another if your paint seems a little thin.

Step 10 - Detailing
I used a Metallic Wax and rubbed it with my finger over the face of the casting to bring out the details. Use more or less depending on how much detail you want to highlight.

Step 11 - Sealing
After you have detailed your casting, you'll want to seal the surface so nothing rubs off. I used a gloss spray sealer.