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I used two part foam to anchor a new mail post. Worked great for that. Did it with a mojo floater base too and that didn't work so well.
 
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I used two part foam to anchor a new mail post. Worked great for that. Did it with a mojo floater base too and that didn't work so well.
I am putting up one section privacy fence next to our hot tub and was thinking about using this for my posts. Think it will be fine?


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I am putting up one section privacy fence next to our hot tub and was thinking about using this for my posts. Think it will be fine?


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Absolutely!!! Worked excellent, wear gloves, the mixture gets hot right before you pour!!!! Any excess rising above the post hole you can just chip away. Post solid as a rock.
 
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there is a big difference... and it is VERY difficult to get all the correct answers to all the possible questions. I have removed factory foam from my boat that weighed 16lbs per cubic foot. It was totally saturated with water. I replced with 2" pink foam from home deot..it does NOT absorb water....BUT as i found it....it dissolves in gasoline. my custom 8 ft fuel tank wore on a missing rubber contact area and started to leak badly.. 2 years ago I dissabled it...but when I took on water...much of the water would get into the tank and it was hard to get out! the fuel line was blocked off after I drained what i could. now that HOLE was allowing any water that came into the boat to be "stored"...soo i took steps to resolve that pulled the flor so i could drill out the back of the fuel tank( it was too big to remove without totally dissasembling the boat). when i did that I saw a bunch of MELTED foam that the gas had destroyed! some guys has said that NEW "plastic" looking sheets( where the melted foam hardened) was now NAPALM!...... i had more flammable foam than previously!!.. I removed all the damaged foam...but the stuff thats left is still pretty flammable.. I think the goal for duck hunters is to find that foam that isnt flammable and doesnt absorb water. most of the NON ABSORBING 2 part foam is ONLY non absorbing...if it is sealing in a plastic membrane....IE.. you keep water off it!....tough task!
 
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