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 Posted: 03-30-2008 02:10 pm
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dthewlis

 

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Follow-up on the crash roll (Colin's vinyl stripping worked by the way, and thanks for the idea).  My crash roll is not in horrible shape and vinyl dye works well.  But it has some cracks and splits of course.  Haven't been able to find anyone in this area that would tackle recovering it.

Has anyone found a substance (sort of analogous to wood putty) that could be injected into the cracks and would fill them and provide a smoothable surface that could then be dyed?  It would need to NOT interact with the foam or vinyl (other than adhere to it), and dry with some flex (preferably) -  and be shapeable and able to be colored when dry.  I keep thinking there ought to be something that would do the job but haven't found it yet.

Last edited on 03-30-2008 02:13 pm by dthewlis