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Card on the Ceiling

by Ammar, Michael

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

The Card on the Ceiling has proven to be one of the most impressive and talked about card effects in the entire realm of card magic. The fact that the card remains on display high above the heads of all who pass by for months, and for sometimes years, literally forces people to notice and comment on it. Included in your Card on the Ceiling kit is one supply of Michael Ammar Wax and five pages of instructions.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003
MLA SKU: GGyQCFBTLTZRuq8

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March 27th, 2003 2:53pm
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Reviewed by Steve Giles
There are a couple of versions of this trick around but this is the best. The instructions are well written and the wax is just right not to soft or too hard.

However, there is one warning! Make sure that you have permission from the proprietor before you do the trick. Sometimes the wax can leave a bit of residue on the ceiling which can collect dust over a period of time so you end up with black marks. Also when the ceiling is repainted often the paint won't paint on top of the wax. As A result it can make you very unpopular, Believe me it's happens.

However, it doesn't always leave a mark and it won't matter it you only do it once or twice somewhere but if you want to do it as a regular feature somewhere, then beware. Otherwise a wonder full trick.
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