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How to get a reflective floor

 
Kirill
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Aug 09, 2012 13:10 |  #16

CrackedLens wrote in post #14828919 (external link)
If you decide to buy two, buy them at the same time from the same lot. I just picked up a second tile board from HD, and it is an entirely different shade of white! My previous purchase was only a month ago, but from a different HD location. Just an FYI!

Michael

My suggestion is to buy a few like 6, cause biggest pain is to get it to home\studio - and eventually these get scratches and need replacements




  
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MrScott
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Aug 09, 2012 21:19 |  #17

Kirill wrote in post #14836205 (external link)
My suggestion is to buy a few like 6, cause biggest pain is to get it to home\studio - and eventually these get scratches and need replacements

Depending on what scuffs them, a good pair of used cotton socks will do wonders.

Andditionally, if you're shooting the sporty type or kiddos who might jump around, it's wise to get an anti-slip rug matt to keep it from slipping. Its just a big surfboard afterall.




  
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