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Duke

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I just received the Milk Glass $10, from Argentina, but it doesn't work like the classic Milk Pitcher.
There must be several methods available.

May I have some experienced recommendations?

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I just received the Milk Glass Pro $10, from Argentina, but it doesn't work like the classic Milk Pitcher.
There must be several methods available.

May I have some experienced recommendations?


The two types I'm familiar with differed in that one was self-contained (the liquid stayed in permanently) and another where it empied completely. So long as the effect is achieved, it seems the self-contained one is practical because you don't have to clean as much. Sorry, but I've been out of that loop for a long time. Great effect though.
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When you say it doesn't work like the regular milk pitcher do you mean, like RayJ said, it's a sealed glass? If so that shouldn't matter in the presentation of a trick.
Milk Pitcher Magic by Hen Fetch, 1962 should have some workable ideas that can be adapted to a glass.
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Duke

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This glass requires a finger on the hole near the top when loaded to look full. Once uncovered, the milk drains to the center,

Instructions say cover with clear tape till ready,  and that's very cumbersome to pull while handling. Or I could appear (enter) with the glass loaded, covered by a  finger, and proceed.

The sealed glass sounds very effective.

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This glass requires a finger on the hole near the top when loaded to look full. Once uncovered, the milk drains to the center,

Instructions say cover with clear tape till ready,  and that's very cumbersome to pull while handling. Or I could appear (enter) with the glass loaded, covered by a  finger, and proceed.

The sealed glass sounds very effective.


A ball of magician's wax would work also probably.
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You don’t have to pull tape off. Leave a bit unstuck and you could unroll it not needing to remove it entirely.
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Those are good ideas!
Thank you.

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