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    Thanks for the good feedback.
    It's good to have a place I can go to year round with all my questions, and have good, accurate responses come back to me. I'm proud to be a part of this HW.com family, and ya'll will see many for posts with questions in the near future.
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    One really good thing concerning latex appliances, if your friend can't hold up his end when moving them and it ends up on top of your foot, it doesn't hurt nearly as much as those steel appliances would.
    Watching the sides of your latex refrigerator move in and out as the fans run makes it look like it's truly alive and breathing!
    Neat!
     

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    Thats a GREAT thought JIM!
    Buried deep beneath Darksyde acres Haunted house In Michigan I'm the Best at what I do, What I do Isn't very NICE!
     

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    I generally use Duo to cover the edges of appliances. It's a little thicker than latex and safer near the eyes.
     

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    I have heard that you want to use spirit gum on the edges. then add a little latex to on top it needed.
    5 years in the business and still ticking
    Ive been through HELL on Earth. What can you do?
    USSN
     

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    If the spirits in this haunted, haunted house begin chewing gum I'll never get any sleep!
     

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