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Old 03-08-2016, 11:46 PM   #122 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by freebeard View Post
It looks like you will be sealing together aluminum, steel and wood. What do you think of two layers of burlap in Rhinoliner as an undercoat?
I recognize Rhinoliner as a spray-in box liner.

Burlap - as in the burlap used to make potato sacks? Is that a structure for the Rhinoliner to build up, maybe that flexes a bit and allows for movement between the surfaces?

How would I keep the burlap in place? Rivets .. screws .. over-sized staples .. glue? Perhaps one layer of Rhinoliner, then the burlap, then liner, then burlap?

This sounds interesting!
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