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Re: [APD] Canadian retail
3M makes so low-tack repositionable spray adhesive that
allows you to repeated reposition the item.
But nothing beats the AHS reflelctors for reflecting. AHS
even sells their reflectors separately so you don't have to
buy a whole kit if you don't need it.
I'm not sure why they do that, but they do.
--- Vaughn Hopkins <hoppy1 at surewest_net> wrote:
> Building your own mylar reflector is certainly
> entertaining. If you
> have a table saw and a little skill using it you can make
> almost any
> shape using wood. Sticking the mylar to the wood is a
> pain, but if you
> have sufficient patience to practice a few times first,
> it is doable
> too. The downside, or at least my experience says it is
> the downside,
> is that you end up spending more than a good AH Supply
> light kit costs.
> But, the entertainment is priceless!
> On Thursday, May 5, 2005, at 09:10 AM, Ben Hong wrote:
> > Now the issue is building my own reflector. I've got
> the mylar. I
> > don't have the patience for the physics..;)
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