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    Carpeting Techniques

    Hey guys.. Still building my first box. I was wondering what the best way to carpet it is. Do I wrap the carpet around the sides, and then just cut out small segments for the top? Or wrap carpet around from the top to the back, then cut small segments for the sides? Or just cut segments out for each side/face of the box?

    Is there a RIGHT way to do it, or just preference?







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    Tank you vely mooch




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    that tutorial is awesome, its in my "favorites" now, and im also considering doing a two tone on my new box........



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    Re: Carpeting Techniques

    I have had much better luck with contact cement in the GEL form. I use this with a cheap paint brush and the carpet will be there forever. The spray adhesive worked ok but you really have to make sure you have it on evenly.




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