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Old 04-25-2016   #1
Enfield, New Hampshire
Paddling Since: 1990
Join Date: Nov 2009
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Fixing foam to foam..

I have been using bamboo skewers for kebabs that you can get at any supermarket for attaching one piece of foam to another. They are really strong and can withstand a lot of shear forces. The tips are pointy enough to easily slide through the foam. They can also be used to reinforce a glue on repair to prevent one piece from sliding off the other from strong shearing forces.
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