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Protection

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This might be the wrong area to start this thread but here it goes any way.  I was thinking last night (bad idea usually) about finding a silicone putty/resin that could be used to apply a coat to a dap or an amp as protection.  Then having the ability to peel it off or change it at will without leaving a film or residue on the player.  Has anyone seen or heard of any such item. Similar to the idea of a silicone dip which hardens to a semi soft casing around the applied areas.  Maybe not a hard case but more like a soft plastic shell.

 

Would anyone be interested if such a product existed to use in protecting their device(s), especially if it could be removed reapplied as often as you wanted/needed.

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I have contacted a company that appears to have a product that fits what I have in mind of doing.  I will post their comments and product recommendations when I get their response to my inquiry.  By the product description, this sounds like it could be a fun thing to try out and even solve a long time head-fi quandry of how to attach various portable components together with the least amount of materials obstructing the beauty of our equipment.

 

Anyone else interested/intrigued?

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