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starfox64

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ok tell me which one to use cuz there is like 5 of them and they all have specialized jobs
swear to jeasy creasy you say wide gap filler i will castrate you
 

starfox64

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no i tried with wide gap filler and it killed my helmet just look at this

night of fill
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day after
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20 minutes ago
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yeah its dead
 

Iceman29

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you have to get the can of great stuff that is blue and red.

this is the kind that will not blow frames and keeps the helmet in its origonal shape.

trust me thats the kind I use. I'll try to get a pic.

P.S. I bought it at Home depot. ;-)
 

SPARTAN 053

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Iceman29 said:
you have to get the can of great stuff that is blue and red.

this is the kind that will not blow frames and keeps the helmet in its origonal shape.

trust me thats the kind I use. I'll try to get a pic.

P.S. I bought it at Home depot. ;-)

I was ganna get some till i heard about this, so did your stay its shape long after the fill?
 
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starfox64

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now that my rage has been supressed
thanks for the advice

it was a small dose but the wide gap filler expands too far and thats why it looked so full
thats only 1/4 can

ill try the blue and red one
in the mean time ill rebuild my helmet
 

NamaLama

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uhh is the "Great stuff" somewhat hard or is it all squishy after it drys, or whatever, also how is it applied and what does it look like when it comes out of the can, sorry for the questions im still trying to figure out a way to make my armor
 

starfox64

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ok its squishy out of the can starts to get tacky in 10min then turns rock in about an hour

let it set over night to cure fully

it looks like someone ate a banana, vomited it into a blender, then puraed it and threw it in cans

take silly string and multiply by 5 that should give a general idea
 
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