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Topic: Tip on the Healed and Sealed Can?
Message: Posted by: Eirik (Jan 24, 2003 12:51PM)
Anders Modèn`s Healed and Sealed booklet just dropped down in my mailbox here the other day,
I've been through it a couple of times, so I bought a couple of six-packs of coke to try it out, but a repeated error occured.
After it's crushed, I have a problem restoring it without soda squirting out on the sides(?).
Any tips on making the emptyness of the can easier? :cheers:
Message: Posted by: nitram (Jan 24, 2003 02:35PM)
Talk to Anders. His email is on the manuscript. He is a very helpful man.

Regards Nitram UK
Message: Posted by: Anders Moden (Jan 28, 2003 11:55AM)
Eirik: I PM'd you.

Anders
Message: Posted by: BroDavid (Jan 28, 2003 12:07PM)
You can't get any better than that!

Anders himself is ready to answer the question! He has a great effect, and obviously cares about those who bought it.

I love Healed and Sealed! And it is great to see Anders join us here!

Welcome Anders!

BroDavid
Message: Posted by: Eirik (Jan 28, 2003 12:24PM)
Yes, Thanx for the tip, he came up with some different and good alternatives to try out.. And the trick is a great one, can`t wait to continue making jawdroppers.. :rotf:
-e-
Message: Posted by: Stick Man (Jan 29, 2003 01:24PM)
I also have a problem, I have not performed it yet but I am wondering what you use to show the can open. It reforms perfectly but I don't know how well the napkin idea will work. Pm me if this is too revealing :pepsi:
Message: Posted by: nitram (Jan 29, 2003 01:43PM)
Stick man, Talk to Anders. His email is on the manuscript. He is a very helpful man.

Regards Nitram UK
Message: Posted by: Eight Spades (Jan 29, 2003 10:24PM)
Check the end of the manuscript for the alternate version without the napkin. That's what I have to use sometimes.

-Christian
Message: Posted by: Eirik (Jan 30, 2003 06:47PM)
Agree Christian, it`s a good alternative handling. I have only performed this once till now, but if I may ask, what do you think is the best way to "fix" the black hole? Napkin peice or a lighter?
Message: Posted by: Webhead93 (Feb 1, 2003 12:55AM)
I have the Bat and use it to seal the can. You could use any strong Bat like object if you know what it is. I wear a long sleeve and strap it around my wrist. Cut and stick a thin piece of something on top that the Bat can pull off. Don't want to say too much more without giving away the secrets.

I would have to say the key to this effect is making it look totally impromptu. I planted a can in our recycling box at work then gathered everyone around. The reactions were great. Some accused me of having two cans and switching them somehow.
Message: Posted by: Eirik (Feb 3, 2003 08:27AM)
Sounds like a nice alternative, I have also got the bat, so I'll try to get hold of a thin piece of something to use, and see how it goes.
Thanx-e-
Message: Posted by: gman (Feb 5, 2003 12:28PM)
Although I have not performed this effect for an audience what I have found to work for me as far as a replacement to the napkin, I have scanned and made several copies of an open coke can.

I have shared it with a friend that healed and sealed he said it looked real enough. Give it a try.
Message: Posted by: Bill Beach (Feb 5, 2003 03:26PM)
What works well for me instead of the napkin is tissue paper in the appropriate color, available most any place that sells gift wrap.

I made a cardboard template of the right size as a pattern and prepare 8 or 10 at a time. Moisture is a good adhesive, looks great from 3 feet away, and is easy to remove when the time is right.

I keep all the supplies needed in a little hard plastic case. Takes up very little pocket space, I always have my supplies with me when going any place where canned beverages may be served. Never fails to get tremendous reactions!!

Bill Beach
Message: Posted by: bilz (Feb 6, 2003 06:22AM)
gman - inspired idea. Don't suppose you could email me a jpg of the scan - I don't have a scanner myself?
Kind regards
Bilz
Message: Posted by: StreetWalker (Feb 6, 2003 09:27AM)
Guys,

Bat? You're missing the point here. De-Pressurize! And to stop the spilliage palm a small sponge, I do this and it absorbs quite nicely and since the audience doesn't see it, there's no funny business suspected as with the napkin.

That's my two cents. :)
Message: Posted by: schmitty65 (Feb 9, 2003 02:45PM)
Yeah I have been having trouble with the crushing part too after I crush it I have to *-*-* the can to restore it, can anybody help me with this problem, Thanx
Message: Posted by: HuronLow (Feb 13, 2003 05:23AM)
Whoaz, this is kinda obvious.
Message: Posted by: syphon101 (Feb 13, 2003 01:21PM)
Along with bilz, I too, would be grateful if anyone with a jpeg of an open coke can would be generous enough to send me a copy?
Message: Posted by: Shawn D (Feb 14, 2003 07:49PM)
I think the lighter works the best and looks great.