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  1. #14
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    I thought you would have figured it out when i quoted your post.

    I also post my work in the WOP. Critique it all you want. I wont get my feelers all worked up.


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  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    I thought you would have figured it out when i quoted your post.

    I also post my work in the WOP. Critique it all you want. I wont get my feelers all worked up.


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    Like most people. You post without listening. Good night to you.

  3. #16
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    i like the use of the tape for sealing the joints not a big fan of the gray pookie as i call it but it does work

  4. #17
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    'Pookie' is a code requirement in many areas...

    And in GA (state)... it is required to be 2MM thick (as thick as a nickel coil).

    It does have this one quality... if you smear it all over taped joints... the tape does NOT come loose with age.
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  5. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    i like the use of the tape for sealing the joints not a big fan of the gray pookie as i call it but it does work
    I used the mastic tape for places I dont want to run into. Try to pookie everything else I can physically get to. This job isnt duct tested for leakage but I do try and do it if at all possible.

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