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Old 09-26-2011, 09:54 PM   #46
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I wasn't comparing your product to a liquid, I was just stating that a simple test by hand isn't very accurate.

On another note, I did receive your samples today so when I replied to your email I guess I was lying It was in a lock spot of my mailbox and I just assumed it would be at the front door via UPS
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Old 09-26-2011, 09:58 PM   #47
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If (upward) H-Stat pressure is an issue, then we need to treat/seal the surface first (acryl or epox). There is no peel and stick on the market (truthfully) that will hold off more than a couple lbs. What happens... with any peel and stick, is the glue gets wet, & looses its grip, if there is a continuous heavy "upward flow" of moisture (or even heavy moisture vapor) onto the adhesive. I would recommend that you speak with one of our field tech guys re the type of polymer sealant to lay down, to knock out the HSP before we finish it off with CS/I membrane, Gueuzeman...? Sleep tight!!
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Old 09-26-2011, 10:04 PM   #48
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No worries Levy...glad you rec'd them...nighty-night!!
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Old 09-26-2011, 10:11 PM   #49
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Thanks, I'll try. Again, it's all about figuring out what is the right product for each application. Nothing is right for every application. Your product looks like a great fit for many of mine.

If I If I roll it up will it make a good pillow? That's what I need right about now.

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Old 09-27-2011, 07:53 PM   #50
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Thanks for all the chat'n guys. Let me know if you have any more questions... or if there's anything we can send out, in the way of introductory materials (i.e. samples, literature, pics, etc). In addition to Crack Supp/Isol, don't forget to check out our primerless GS12000SCM (Sound Control Membrane) as well. Best on the market...barrrrr none! Cheers all!
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It's all good, I'll get an email out to you as soon as I get rid of these pesky German houseguests making me drink beer all night. Ooh, the pain and suffering.......

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Wow. I was born in Memmingen Germany, moved to the U.S. when I was 8 years old. All my German relatives gave me grief when I finally became a U.S. citizen, a few years back. I love my Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins...but feel your pain.
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Genau, nich so lang von Bopfingen, nord von Ulm. Aber jetzt kommt die gaste von Bremen. Tschuss!

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Geniessen Sie Ihre Familie! Prosst! Ok, that's the extent of my 8 years in Germany!
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thanks for all the feed back Bridget. i will be using your Product more in the future! im glad Tom sent u over here. and cant wait to see u on our sponsor list
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Wonderful news...thanks for the praise, Jeffrey. We always have plenty of GS in stock...especially for you!
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Brigit, Got my samples in the mail along with the info. Thanks.

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Perfect, Hammy. Let me know the good, the bad, and the ugly...let's hope the bad and the ugly are the competition...
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Note to self- return Brigit's email, I've been.....distracted by real life. The 5 day a week vacation setting tile hasn't provided enough downtime.

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