Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Triad, NC (from the PNW)
I have a trigger on my torch so instant on, instant off. I just hit it quick, little bursts is all you need. If you do keep it on for any length of time, do NOT hold it in the same place for any appreciable length of time or you will burn it.
The first few times I did this I was so impressed with how the bubble simply vanish. My experience is that you have to babysit this for about half an hour while the stuff thickens up to the point that the bubbles can no longer rise, as there are almost always some air trapped in the cracks that continue to off-gas.
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