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    sealent for inside the box?

    Hey guys when ur building a box with screws. What do you use to seal it up? or do you use anything? Like to seal the edges of the inside where the wood meets. Thanks







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    Re: sealent for inside the box?

    Remember you'll need to use wood glue at the joints, not just screws. So, that acts as a sealent. Other than that, I just use silicone caulk type stuff......just be sure to let it fully dry before you drop the sub in.




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    Re: sealent for inside the box?

    silicone caulking





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