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PostPosted: 27.06.2003 18:56 
the gel intensity pens dont seem to dry i tested it out on my motherboard and i let it dry for two days,and i wiped it off. If anyone knows how long it takes for the pens to dry plz post thanks


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PostPosted: 15.11.2003 21:21 
it will prob wipe off however long u leave it cos the m'board is silicon/copper etc - shiny surface. just don't touch it.

ps. i am NOT reccomending it but u could try using a hairdryer or similar to get it to dry maybe!!

hope this helps


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PostPosted: 15.11.2003 21:54 
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allmost all paints and harderers drys faster if you varm them example whit hairdryer but if you varm up our motherboard it might effect to microchips so its not a good idea...or is it???


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Apparently sudden changes in temperature shorten component life. So maybe it ain't a fab idea. But do want you want, at your own risk.


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Epeli wrote:
allmost all paints and harderers drys faster if you varm them example whit hairdryer but if you varm up our motherboard it might effect to microchips so its not a good idea...or is it???


just through the cards in a microwave.

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I dont think it will ever dry... the only thing I think would work is a clear coat of clear spray paint... but not on a board... on a fan, etc.


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PostPosted: 06.03.2004 02:57 
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mine dryed the next day


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