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Hey I'm sure that some of yall would know or have tried this. I was wondering those deeks that take a few BB's for the team. I wonder if you could use some of that foam in a can and fill them up to make them float. I've used silcone but it comes off. Thanks
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Yes you can spary foam in or cut the keels off and make em shells for the fields.
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Be careful though a friend of mine pulled that stunt, sprayed too much in and split the things in haft. He was P/O :pissed: but I laughed so hard I thought I was going to wet my self :laughing:
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Yep, it expands alot so be careful.
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Poly foam is the best but triple expands like stated before. Latex foam is single expamding but does not tighten up like poly foam. I would go for the latex foam and seal it good as it's not tough, but will float it.
Look up DAPtex made by Dap industries.
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