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    lol getting some free time. I've been slammed with work now that I have a "real" job. It's not stopping me from working on props, but it is slowing me down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenStreeper View Post
    lol getting some free time. I've been slammed with work now that I have a "real" job. It's not stopping me from working on props, but it is slowing me down.
    Agreed!
    Damn you job!
    If I had my way, I'd be in the shop all day working on props/armor.
    But... Then I would have no job... and the wife would be less than impressed... then the drinking would start...

    I guess it's safer to just take the time we get!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cereal Killl3r View Post
    Agreed!
    Damn you job!
    If I had my way, I'd be in the shop all day working on props/armor.
    But... Then I would have no job... and the wife would be less than impressed... then the drinking would start...

    I guess it's safer to just take the time we get!
    AHMEN!! lol

    Hey ben, just wanted to give ya a big thanks for what you do. The videos i have seen of yours help me out a lot. Keep up the great work! Your a stand up guy, my grandma says so too lol She was watching one of your videos with me lol

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    What do you use to seal the foam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by C0NF1IC7 View Post
    What do you use to seal the foam?
    plasti-dip, or modge-podge

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    or if you just want to seal up the seams of the foam, acrylic bath sealer/bathroom caulking works nice too

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenStreeper View Post
    plasti-dip, or modge-podge
    Thank you, and should I sand down hot glue deformations or bubbles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by C0NF1IC7 View Post
    Thank you, and should I sand down hot glue deformations or bubbles?
    use a flat razer to remove the excess hot glue. Hot glue does not sand well

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenStreeper View Post
    use a flat razer to remove the excess hot glue. Hot glue does not sand well
    Again thank you, I honastely would've sanded o.0

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