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not to sure how clear this is going to be but hear goes

go to the clip you want then highlight the address bar then left click in the address bar space till it turnes blue

then right click and select 'copy'

click on the youtube logo just above this box, on the right.

right click between the youtube brackets that appear on this page and select 'paste' from the box that appears.


paste the youtube clip on the page and highlight it then click the youtube link at the top of the page.



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took this just before 5 today, its the second coat, it is drying. :party:

Excellent Clive, quite riveting (well compared to soccer anyway) thank you so much for posting, I'm sure it will get more Youtube hits than Simons Cat. :naughty:

shouldn't the gel have the air excluded by a roving layer in order to cure. :grin:

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Ok David,

perhaps we are seeing the first coat drying under the second, the second coat will be under a layer of 300gsm tomorrow so should dry then,

I could film it for you but dont want too much excitement this close to Christmas xmas3

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