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Re: 3D Background

PostAuthor: DeanDowney » Fri May 30, 2014 21:00

Get the bin. It'll be worth the earache in the long run. You'll have piece of mind that the background is properly installed.:twisted::cool:

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Re: 3D Background

PostAuthor: nshaw75 » Tue Jun 03, 2014 13:35

Well, the last coat of sealant has gone on. Going to give it a couple of days to cure and all the fumes etc to disappear, then a few really good rinses and in the tank it goes. Fingers crossed.

There are quite a few holes appeared as I have covered it in the sealant, where there gaps in the cement, or it just wasn't thick enough and it's melted the polystyrene.

I think if I were ever to do this again, I would have to look at it from a completely different angle. Definitely one to put down to experience :durr

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