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Old 06 July 2005, 15:55   #1
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Liquid Neoprene

I have heard people talk about this stuff but cant find anything about it on the interwebthingie.

Anyone got any information on it, is it any good? where can i get it from and how much???

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Howard, the only thing I can think of is 'Black Witch'
It's a neoprene adhesive that I have used loads of times to glue wetsuit seams and make repairs to wetsuits.
I am fairly sure it is liquid neoprene anyway but not sure that it's what you want.

Lookee here...

http://www.watersportswarehouse.co.u...hopscr705.html

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Thanks Robin,

Apparently its a paint on goo that you put on terminals and things to stop corrosion......?
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Aha.
In which case...........


Not a clue mate.
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Try looking for dip moulding pvc - you could also try liquid latex

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...595916175&rd=1

Fun searching - they use it for fetish and body painting these days!!!
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Just get that tub of vasaline out Howard .
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listed as Liquid electrical tape over here. good stuff to seal all electrical connections and comes in a 4oz can with applicator for $6.99.
Comes in 4 colors also which is useful to keep track of circuits.
Also tried the plastic dip paint, which is used to renew the insulation on pliers /tools etc. A little tougher to get off if you need to reterminate the connection though!
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liquid gunge

OMC do it, comes in pot with brush attached to lid, but it aint cheap,but is good stuff.
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Silicone Grease is good for terminal protection, and not expensive. Thats what I use.

You can get it from RS components

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Howard

Liquid tape like this? (second down)
http://www.bosunsmate.co.uk/glue_and_goo.htm
Its PVC not neoprene. Very messy stuff, but it works.

I got some at Marine Superstore, Puerto Solenta. Send Paul down to get some.
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