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Old 06-26-2016   #11
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On this same topic, I'm about to put closed cell foam (1/4") on the bottom and sides of my dry box and captain's box to reduce Al transfer. I assume I can use the same spray glue for that.

Also - doing this I want to protect the bottom edges of the drybox/captains box. Up until now I've just used a big piece of the above foam and "wrapped" it around the corner. I'm guessing it would be better to cut it at these corners or I'm wondering if I can do the same wrap (turn the corner) with a continuous piece of foam?

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