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    1. · Beater
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      A cheap iron you don't mind sacrificing is a great choice. Cut on an angle and melt up and flatten the last inch
      I used an old iron and it worked ok on polypropylene but didn't do much on thicker polyester, it stopped working and I now use the base as an anvil with the putty knife/propane torch method.

      This is what I use. It melts and smashes all in one move (against a small anvil pad on my vice) after cutting on the diagonal. Just have to dial the temperature in just right.

      130 Watt Hot Knife
      I was going to try that knife for cutting foam but never got around to picking it up, good tip - thanks

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