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Old 05-09-2011, 01:11 PM
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Thumbs up rewettable canvas

I don't know what dip lag is.
I use "rewettable canvas" over the frax on furnace tops and other places. It is woven with some powdery refractory stuff, and is worked with a scissors and spray bottle. It covers, sticks to itself, forms, and protects. Dries like shoe leather. Used a lot in asbestos containment. Call an asbestos abatement place. It is something like 50 inches wide and sold by the yard. Works great for containing frax fibres. Hope this helps.
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