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Hi Y'all. Had a small hole in my canoe (fiberglass) and someone at work suggested "Flex seal" you know..."As seen on TV." Well I got the Flex seal clear and gave it a go. Yep, it worked very well indeed! A nice clear rubber like coat , waterproof and strong. So I was thinking about my paper mache props of life size figures (Lizzy Borden, Jack the Ripper, zombies etc. Please see my album..) I'm thinking this would be a good way to weatherproof and strengthen paper mache props for little $$$ and get max longevity from them. What do you think? Has anyone tried this yet? :)
 

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Can't tell Ox, My canoe has a glossy finish. Your right though that would be a consideration.
 

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I used the matte black version on my paper mache cannons last year. They spent the night out in the rain with no ill effects.
 

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I tried the clear flex seal last year for some large leaves on my Man eating plant thing. I was using it mostly for texture and it wasn't too horrible. It gave a slightly rough texture and remained a fairly flat finish, as far as water proofing I bet it would work quite well.
 
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