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Hey people

I recently got a bumper bag from Steve heatsink. :turned:

now I ve got 3 pairs of compounds >_<

2 pair can be cut into the backing shape - but what do i use to cut it with? :unsure:

the other pair is 8mm thick - so do i just glue this straight on a backing? (probably best to glue it on to a backing that has material on it, rite?) :blink:

thanks alot

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Hey people

I recently got a bumper bag from Steve heatsink. :turned:

now I ve got 3 pairs of compounds >_<

2 pair can be cut into the backing shape - but what do i use to cut it with? :unsure:

the other pair is 8mm thick - so do i just glue this straight on a backing? (probably best to glue it on to a backing that has material on it, rite?) :blink:

thanks alot

As theres so much compound (i brought a bumper bag) i just put the compound in and screwed it through with tiny screws works a treat

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