The Fingerprint – touch and tell wine stopper
Part of the Transforming Artful Detective collection by Gwynstone
The mystery is on … what to top the bottle with? You will want to leave your fingerprints on this trendy color changing wine cork.
This bottle topper stopper will keep your wine mellow and let you ponder great mysteries as the colors transform and you pour another glass so it can breathe.
The only detective work you will need is red, white, or rose?
A wine stopper is an essential wine accessory to close leftover wine bottles before refrigerating them. Wine stoppers are used because it is hard to put the original cork back into the bottleneck. Wine stoppers vary in shapes, sizes, and materials.
Part 3 clue video is below!
Fingerprints can be found on practically any solid surface, including the human body. Analysts classify fingerprints into three categories according to the type of surface on which they are found and whether they are visible or not: Fingerprints on soft surfaces (such as soap, wax, wet paint, fresh caulk, etc.) are likely to be three-dimensional plastic prints; those on hard surfaces are either patent (visible) or latent (invisible) prints. Visible prints are formed when blood, dirt, ink, paint, etc., is transferred from a finger or thumb to a surface. Patent prints can be found on a wide variety of surfaces: smooth or rough, porous (such as paper, cloth or wood) or nonporous (such as metal, glass or plastic).
Latent prints are formed when the body’s natural oils and sweat on the skin are deposited onto another surface. Latent prints can be found on a variety of surfaces; however, they are not readily visible and detection often requires the use of fingerprint powders, chemical reagents or alternate light sources. Generally speaking, the smoother and less porous a surface is, the greater the potential that any latent prints present can be found and developed.
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