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    Default So PAR, please tell us.....

    ...was the tip you posted on another site, shown below, a result of your own experience?



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    Posted 18 April 2016 - 01:32 PM
    When applying goo and fabric overhead, a builder with a significant bald spot has the advantage of using it as a squeegee, to hold and smooth the cloth, without the usual bad hair day. Apply a PVA first for easier clean up afterward.



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    Why yes, this is from personal experience and well deserved too, which is also how I learned about the PVA coating, prior to overhead goo work.

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    Sorry Clear out, while I'm doing an epoxy run, particularly if overhead, I find it difficult to take pictures, especially from behind and/or above. Rest assured I do have a bald spot, which I prefer to call my organic yamaka, at least to my jewish friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAR View Post
    Sorry Clear out, while I'm doing an epoxy run, particularly if overhead, I find it difficult to take pictures, especially from behind and/or above. Rest assured I do have a bald spot, which I prefer to call my organic yamaka, at least to my jewish friends.
    Maybe your Jewish friends could tell you how to spell "yarmulke."

    Yeah, I had to look it up to verify.

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    Oops, though spell check didn't catch it either . . .

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    Part of my organic fabric squeegee, showing . . . it's worse out back . . .
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