>Subject: Re: What DOESN'T expanding foam stick to?
>Date: 2 Mar 2005 10:54:11 -0800
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>This should give you all a laugh..
>found on the net.
>all the best..mark
>A friend of mine once built a canoe. He spent a long time
>on it and it was a work of art.Almost the final phase was to fill both
>ends with polyurethane
>expanding foam.He duly ordered the bits from Mr Glasplies (an excellent
>purveyor of all things fibreglass) and it arrived in two
>packs covered with appropriately dire warnings about expansion ratios and
>some very good notes on how to use it.Unfortunately he had a degree,
>worse still two of them. One
>was in Chemistry, so the instructions got thrown away