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jlbpropilot

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uploads/20090313_185104_DSC_0034.JPGQuestion for you fabric experts. Today I decided to put on my first brushed on coat of polybrush. What I found were severl tiny bubbles that I could not completely eliminate while brushing. Are these bubbles going to be a problem? Any guesses why they are there? The poly fiber folks suggested that maybe thuploads/20090313_184938_DSC_0037.JPGe air temp was a little low while I was brushing it on. Edited by: jlbpropilot
 

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