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    Egg carton as deflex pad??

    Ok two questions when using eggcarton as a deflex pad. First do you use the styrophome egg carton stuff or the cardboard. And secondly how do i make it waterproof/weather-resistant??







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    Re: Egg carton as deflex pad??

    oh lookie what i found this should work and be weather-resistant yes/no??


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    Re: Egg carton as deflex pad??

    I'm too lazy to enter my zipcode on the link, but the foam egg carton stuff is what most ppl use.



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    Re: Egg carton as deflex pad??

    ok but the stuff i linked that will work like a deflex pad right??




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    Re: Egg carton as deflex pad??

    yeah looks like that stuff should work for ya



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    Re: Egg carton as deflex pad??

    not sure if i would use it look what it says here >>Use as a bed topper
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    IT may block sound too much and or muffle it but i have not used it so i cannot say for 100%




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