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Lacquer cote


Material safety



Consists of a resin dissolved in a fast-drying solvent which is a mixture of naphtha, xylene, toluene, and ketones, including acetone.


Clear or colored coating, that dries by solvent evaporation only and that produces a hard, durable finish that can be polished to a very high gloss, and gives the illusion of depth.
Hygiene And Maintenance

Hygiene And Maintenance

Lacquer finish is best cleaned with mild soap and water. Rub with a soft cloth, following the wood grain. Wipe excess water with a clean, dry cloth. To reduce warping or splitting, avoid sudden changes in temperature; and maintain relative humidity between 30 and 50 percent


Water, Silicone



Opulent pearls

Opulent pearls

In alphabetical order
Acetate Fishnet PassionSkin Sil-a-Gel
Acrylic Foam Patent leather Silicone
Agate Food grade PVC Phthalate Free PVC Silk
Aluminum Futurotic Plastic SoftSkins
AquaGel Futurotic Plus PleasureSkin SoftTouch
Aventurine Industrial net Plush Spandex
Better-Than-Real Intramed Polished steel Sponge
Borosilicate glass Jel-Lee Poly-melt Stainless steel
Brocade Jelly Polyamid Sterling silver
Ceramic Lace Polyester Stone
Chiffon Lacquer cote Polyethylene Suede
Chrome alloy Lambskin Polyurethane Superskin
Cotton Latex Private Touch Techno-skin
Crystalessence Leather PU coated plastic Tempered glass
Cyberglass Loveclone RX Pure skin TPE
CyberSilicone Lucite Pvc TPR
Cyberskin Lycra Pyrex glass TPR Silicone
Diamond net Mesh Rabbit fur Trueskin
E-glass Metal Realskin Ultra realistic 3.0 (UR3)
Elaspan Microfiber Rubber Velvet
Elastomed Neoprene Rubber cote Velvet cote
Elastomer New supersoft Sandstone Vinyl
Fake fur Non-Latex Satin Vinyl rubber
Faux fur Non-porous TPR Semi-precious stone VixSkin
Faux-leather Nylon SensaFirm Wood
Feather O2 Senso WTP
Fence net Opulux Senso Plus