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    Using an old shirt to stretch over my enclosure..

    I plan on using an old shirt to stretch over an amp enclosure I'm working on. Just as I had started to glue it down, I realized that you're supposed to use a certain blend of cotton/poly. Or at least I think I remember hearing that somewhere. Does it matter if it is 100% cotton? or does it have to be a blend of cotton/poly?

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    Re: Using an old shirt to stretch over my enclosure..

    Just use somthing that doesn't resist are flow for heat resons I think




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    Re: Using an old shirt to stretch over my enclosure..

    no, your right.




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