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Nice video.  I noticed that the preparation was carried out on a machine running slower than the 'standard' speed, hence showing the advantage of speed control, available on our 720.  In addition, he was preparing the adhesive on the boot over a fume extraction bench, always a good idea and we have an option for this as well, our 'Air-Flo' technology :-) 

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Does anyone else use a nylon brush for getting off glue?

 

No! I've only ever used crepe!

I didn't know a nylon brush would also work! What kind of nylon brush?

I've nearly run out of crepe, and didn't really want to order any.

 

Paul

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No! I've only ever used crepe!

I didn't know a nylon brush would also work! What kind of nylon brush?

I've nearly run out of crepe, and didn't really want to order any.

 

Paul

I’m not too sure what kind is needed I just saw it in the video and it seemed to work really well. I’ve only used crepe too so would be interested to find out more.

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Nice video.  I noticed that the preparation was carried out on a machine running slower than the 'standard' speed, hence showing the advantage of speed control, available on our 720.  In addition, he was preparing the adhesive on the boot over a fume extraction bench, always a good idea and we have an option for this as well, our 'Air-Flo' technology :-)

 

Great, opportunistic punt  :-P

 

Rick.

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