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Old 09-20-2011, 09:09 PM   #31
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That's the fun of it..
You just don't know when im going to mess with your head..

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Old 09-22-2011, 08:53 PM   #33
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All these pipes are grids....definitely are not the same as the picture I posted......weird stuff
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Old 09-22-2011, 09:10 PM   #34
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What do you mean by pipes?
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and grids?
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Old 09-22-2011, 09:13 PM   #36
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oops....mesh tape....
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All these pipes are grids....definitely are not the same as the picture I posted......weird stuff

What you posted originally is not a tape but rather one part of a glue application that used to be used a lot on duct work.

You wrap the joints in that mesh and apply the glue on after and when it dries it's harder than rock. You don't see much of it any longer though, not around here at least.
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What you posted originally is not a tape but rather one part of a glue application that used to be used a lot on duct work.

You wrap the joints in that mesh and apply the glue on after and when it dries it's harder than rock. You don't see much of it any longer though, not around here at least.

what is the name of that white stuff? can you explain me what I need to do to get the same result like in this photo?

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I'll have to ask my boss tomorrow, he's pushing 60 so he should know.
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I have already explained this..
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I have already explained this..
jo-ann fabrics will send me next week LOL
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When you use this mastic, if you get it on your clothes, it will not come off.
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This is the fabric tape that I'm talking about.

Thanks to fabrk8r for the pics.
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Im sorry, I told you jo-ann fabrics.
Paper mache is sold at hobby lobby..
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Im sorry, I told you jo-ann fabrics.
Paper mache is sold at hobby lobby..

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