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Old 07-07-2013, 06:21 PM   #135
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I'm still appreciating my set Chris - thanks for making sets for those of us who can't learn the art.

My only feedback on them is a minor point: if you made the mold slightly larger than the tank then the finished size might be closer to the tank size and not require heavy adhesives to hold in place. I had hoped to use a fugitive adhesive along with some hard mounts to the tank hardware I had fashioned but they required a more glue strength to hold in place.

Additional coverage is good as long as it protects the surfaces commonly worn in spills I guess.
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