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RE: PVC Pipe

Original poster: "Lau, Gary" <gary.lau@xxxxxx>

I would have to agree.  But I do still like to apply several coats of
polyurethane over the wound secondary to keep things from moving about,
and general aesthetics.

Regards, Gary Lau

> Original poster: "Daniel McCauley"
> I don't think you have to worry about drying and sealing your PVC
pipe.  To
> be honest, i think its a waste of time.
> I've built plenty of coils in the past years without doing this and
> never had a problem.
> I wouldn't waste your time on that.
> Dan
>  > All,
>  > Thanks a lot for all the info on PVC pipe. They weren't kidding
when they
>  > said everyone on here is nice and helpful! From what you've told me
>  > from what I've seen other people using on their very successful
TC's, I
>  > think I will just go ahead and dry and seal white schedule 40 PVC
>  > and out and use it. It certainly is cheap and easy to find.
>  > Paul Brodie