Step 11: Apply the sections to the cabinet

After all the sections are cut and dry fit
it is time to apply the sections to the cabinet
First spray a light coat of 3M 77 to the back of the Tolex
and the side of the cabinet.

*It is very important to read the Warnings on the 3M 77 spray can*
Extremely Flammable! Use only in a well ventilated area or out side
if possible! and ALWAYS were a Mask designed for Toxic fumes
DO NOT were a Dust mask this will only make things worse for you!
If you DONT have a mask Do NOT use this product!
Try a water base type of glue!
totally agree with j69, sorry but this isnt an instructable. and weather j69 has done a better instructalbe or not, his point still remains - you haven't explained the bits that needed explaining. sorry again.
Wow @ampRiser, he is just advising on certain ideas to make your instructable better. I was wondering the same thing myself. Such as where exactly to place the cut Tolex and where to place the relief cuts. No need to be so harsh man.
dissapointed you haven't explained moulding around the cutout corners and pictures of cutting angles to fit the tolex neatly into the corners, you,ve only really described the no brainer side of covering the box and brushed over the important bits.<br />
I totally agree.
I wish this instructable spent less time on cutting the tolex, which I thoroughly understand, and more time on how to spray glue without it dripping, what &quot;relief cuts&quot; are, how to hold the tolex when you apply it so it doesn't wrinkle, other such practical details.&nbsp; For the clueless such as myself&nbsp; :)<br />
Great article and nice box too. I'm gonna try this one of these days.
nice. I'm almost done with an instructable on the EVTL806 cabinets... <br/><a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/EZJRNR3FYG86G3S/">http://www.instructables.com/id/EZJRNR3FYG86G3S/</a><br/>still needs work, but almost there.<br/>Is it alright if i put a link to your instructable in the tolexing step?I always F it up some way or another....<br/>
Thanks! I found that picture on google to fill in for a while until i can get a picture of the one i'm currently building... (Different sizing idea...) I switched the picture to one of mine... I wish mine came out that nicely...
This a great "step by step" tutorial ! You really "covered" it in depth...
nice Im gonna do this when i make my amp for my electric guitar

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