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Broken PT 19 wing repair with Dryer sheet. LOL

Post  akjgardner on Tue Jun 27, 2017 5:02 pm

I see Roddie on here using household things to be usefull in this hobby, So when I received a PT 19 in the mail with a broken wing right down the middle I started thinking how I could fix it.I cut a dryer sheet in 2 inch strips and laminated it with plastic cement to both sides and let it cure for 2 days.Put it on the airplane and I have another plane ready for flight. its pretty strong and you can't really see it because its under the fuse.


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Re: Broken PT 19 wing repair with Dryer sheet. LOL

Post  roddie on Tue Jun 27, 2017 6:40 pm

akjgardner wrote:I see Roddie on here using household things to be usefull in this hobby, So when I received a PT 19 in the mail with a broken wing right down the middle I started thinking how I could fix it.I cut a dryer sheet in 2 inch strips and laminated it with plastic cement to both sides and let ti cure for 2 days.Put it on the airplane and I have another plane ready for flight. its pretty strong and you can't really see it because its under the fuse.

Dryer-sheets.. Shocked wow.. I wonder if they could be used for covering open framework??? They're woven... and very lightweight. I wonder if the material will shrink if doped? If I start saving them after doing the laundry.. my wife will surely have me committed.. Laughing

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