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Handling hot resin

January 27 2016 at 4:46 PM
Chris Grove  (Login chrismmgrove)
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Response to Re: Hot water

Hi Michael

The answer to your query is Yes! Whichever and whatever will get the job done without burning you. I very often hold one end while pouring hot water from kettle on the other end. When cool, turn around and repeat!

I do have to say that some things still have me stumped. I have a fine tank transporter body, but the chassis, which is part of the same piece of resin, is clearly warped!

Chris


    
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  1. Well, for my first time with resin, - Michael McDonald on Jan 28, 2016, 8:25 PM
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