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Old Jun 11, 2002, 01:00 PM
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you might try some probond polyurathane. it tends to foam up and fill in gaps quite well. try some on a sample, and it's pretty light weight. the fan-fold-foam discussion seems to like it, and i've found it useful. available at home depot or hardware stores.
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