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Surface treatment of Ninjaflex

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By accident I found out that hot air (I use a blower with temp setting at 300℃) does create a similar effect as acetone. The same seem to be the case with ngen flex.

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Of course the effect of the the light blow and gravity must be taken into account. But it is not too difficult and compared to acetone is almost instant.

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