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You're welcome! It's great because it's so cheap and convenient!
Thank you! WD-40 is an interesting solution. Its formula is a trade secret, but it's akin to oils in that it's nonpolar and immiscible with water - as I've heard, the WD actually stands for "water dispersant". Now I'm honestly wondering if anyone's done quantum chemistry calculations to see how nonpolar molecules might interfere with adhesives.
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These are awesome! I was just looking into the same problem! They sound great and I'm looking forward to trying this. Your Instructable is well-written and has nice photos - it's all-around very well done.I do have a few questions before I get started, though. First, what type of silicone did you use? The 100% silicone I usually use always seems to end up feeling a little sticky when done, and I couldn't tell what sort you used. Second, did you experiment with different types of fabrics or sealants? I also have acrylic latex, and I'm on the lookout for natural latex. I have a fair assortment of different fabrics; I had been thinking of using canvas.
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