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Old 09-17-2006, 02:03 PM   #15
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Teflon

For large areas it is much easier to use teflon paint. I would love to give you a part number and supplier but I'm setting in a hotel Room in Savannah and do not have access to my vendors list which is back in Colorado. Sealents and adhesives don't work well adhereing Teflon to base materails. I have riveted teflon strips on using MS20426AD-3-X rivets, shooting then flush on both sides, with good results.
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