|11-29-2011, 10:07 PM||#1|
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Previous owner of one of my planes had an oil leak. Inside of the Plywood engine box rather soaked. I think I have cleaned it up, but would like to protect what wood I have left in the front of the bird, and give it a better look. BUT the lower part of the fuse is foam, so overspray is something I cannot help.
Any thing on the market I should be looking for?
(she's a carden)
Thanks for the help in advance
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