|05 May 2005||#16|
Father of Knox...
Man were getting way-out there on tables!
Gotta love being all techy about this stuff!
It's part of the 3d-lifestlye I think?
We're all a bunch of over-achievers/techno-geeks from hell! LOL!
Don't do the 2face tape...
I did it with my portable Mayline table and there are slight buldges you can see at certain viewing angles (and feel which is the point) which makes for a "less-than-perfect" drawing surface. This is why your getting the PVC or whatever it is officially called in the first place.
Go for spray-adhesive...
I recommend 3m's "Super 77"... (lots of spray-adhesive is inherintly cheap and this is the good stuff...) Lightly but firmly (you know what I mean LOL!) spray both the table and the BACK-side of the PVC making sure to get good coverage at the edges. Now position from one corner and go out from that point getting all the air-bubbles out. Now the important part for good adhesion...
Pull it back off within the first three or four minutes and now your putting it down to stay... Trust me on that step...
Do the same thing adhering a car's headliner to the metal cabin-roof.
Good weekend guys!
|05 May 2005||#17|
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