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  • #76311
     Constanze Nier
      • Experience: 0-5 years
      • Scenic Status: Full Time Regular

      I’m in great search for a solution to seal/or prep white, wooden walls to make them non affectable when working with fake blood. I tried so many coatings, but the blood keeps staining the withe walls. If someones knows a good product, please tell me.

      Thanks in advance!

       

       

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       Jeffrey Cook
        • Experience: 20+ years
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        Hello~ Coworkers who had to paint an entire back wall white and pour gallons of blood down it for Dracula suggest Ben Moore Scuff-x in Satin as the paint that resisted staining the best. No sealer. Blood recipe needed plenty of glycerin with the food coloring.

        Jeffrey

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         Syuan Zeng
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          Hello! Would like to chime in with the blood recipe if I may. We use stage blood (or food coloring) with corn starch and blue dawn dish soap to make our washable blood. It works pretty well especially on fabric, but it would foam up if rubbing on it.😹

           

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