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Hi-Fiber ?

Discussion in 'Molding and Casting' started by Beavis, Sep 22, 2007.

  1. Beavis

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    Hello all, I am attempting my first fish, using GBRUCH's method outlined in B'through mag. I started with a small specimen like everyone says to. I've got the fish bedded in hi-fiber. I used a wet finger to "shore up" where the seams will be. The fish is dry to the touch, however the hi-fiber is still damp. Will this cause problems when I pour the thinned bondo? TIA
    Donny
     
  2. bill@hogheaven

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    No it should be wet.
     

  3. newbirdman

    newbirdman Active Member

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    Nope ,thats the way its suppose to be . Just remember to wax the flange on the first half before you start the other side or you'll never get it apart . Rick