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Storing Compound

Storing Compound

How to store compound and avoid those hard flakes that make it impossible to get a smooth finish.

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Gordon C. Davey on June 05, 2011 06:45

The lid should always be wiped clean upon first opening the container and it should stay clean. It only takes a minute and the lid is flexible and therefore little bits of dry hard compound can and will fall into the container as you are re-installing it and removing it each time. The lid in your video is very contaminated with compound.....

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Dwayne on July 10, 2010 20:57

thanks for a great tip. I'll be using this method frequently

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