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Thread: How to waterproof buffer/line driver

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    Default Re: How to waterproof buffer/line driver

    Quote Originally Posted by DrewDennis View Post
    Has anyone ever tried plastidip? LINK
    Yeah...I tried dipping some problematic pixels with mixed results. That stuff is thick and you have to dilute it with Naptha or a similar product.... I found it a pain.... I still have several cans that I doubt I'll ever use....at least not on electronics.

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    Default Re: How to waterproof buffer/line driver

    Quote Originally Posted by Santacarl View Post
    Yeah...I tried dipping some problematic pixels with mixed results. That stuff is thick and you have to dilute it with Naptha or a similar product.... I found it a pain.... I still have several cans that I doubt I'll ever use....at least not on electronics.
    Thanks! One less thing to try LOL!

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