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The materials below are some that I would normally recommend for increasing the emissivity of materials.
Scotch 33 Tape Consistent emissivity of 0.95
Glyptal Enamel Paint Electrically insulating paint
Dye Penetrant Developer This is easily applied and removed. It has a very high emissivity
Paints, various paints can be used
Some deodorants can be used, usually ones with alumina powder or similar.
Foot powder, this can be brushed off easily when finished.
A light film of oil, or water can be used.
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