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  • First Post.....and First Problem :)

    Well first off I have been lurking for a while and must say that you all know your stuff!

    I tried my first glass project today and am stuck on something.

    I am building a sub box to fit in the trunk of my Acura TL-S.
    I used the blue tape, tin foil......then I put 2 layers of glass on. It went fine, no problems....

    When it was dry, I went to take it out......and it came right out!!! The problem is that so did the tape and tin foil. So I started to try to get the tape and foil off and can only get about 1/2 off. The rest seems to just be stuck. I have tried knives, xacto, etc.

    Since I am planning on carpeting the box...should I even worry about it?
    Just keep building the box on the inside?

    Thanks
    DTT
    The future is not set. There is no fate but the one we make......S.C.

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    If nobody is going to see the foil, why worry ?

    [TOMA]And for next time, I believe you can coat the foil with wax.[/TOMA]
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    • #3
      Originally posted by DeathtoToasters
      Well first off I have been lurking for a while and must say that you all know your stuff!

      I tried my first glass project today and am stuck on something.

      I am building a sub box to fit in the trunk of my Acura TL-S.
      I used the blue tape, tin foil......then I put 2 layers of glass on. It went fine, no problems....

      When it was dry, I went to take it out......and it came right out!!! The problem is that so did the tape and tin foil. So I started to try to get the tape and foil off and can only get about 1/2 off. The rest seems to just be stuck. I have tried knives, xacto, etc.

      Since I am planning on carpeting the box...should I even worry about it?
      Just keep building the box on the inside?

      Thanks
      DTT
      Why do you want to kill toasters? I enjoy toast in the morning. Couldn't do that without my toaster
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      • #4
        Originally posted by brady
        Why do you want to kill toasters? I enjoy toast in the morning. Couldn't do that without my toaster
        I cannot answer that....you don't want to know the answer...you cannot handle the answer.
        The future is not set. There is no fate but the one we make......S.C.

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        • #5
          It happens to everyone, just peel as much off as you can. If there is some left oh well, Its covered.
          BTW this happened to mine.

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