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Old Jul 02, 2014, 02:37 PM
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Protecting foam planes with polycrylic o varathane...

I just received my delta ray. I had read that coating in rustoleum varathane or minwax polycrylic is a good way to protect it and increase its durability .

Is this a good idea?

Should I do it before first assembly , or wait till after assembly. I didn't know if it would effect tape adhesion., but doing it prior makes it easier to flip over and cat both sides.

I have two batteries, which I am charging tonight, and I hope to fly it tomorrow, so any help is appreciated.
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