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best way to do shrink/heat wrap??

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by d1nky, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. d1nky

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    hey ive just sleeved all my cables nice and fresh but the heatwrap is a pain in the arse and anyone got any tips?? btw ive watched youtube also lol :banghead:
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    hair dyer takes too long, $20 heat gun will shrink shrinkwrap in a couple of seconds without burning.
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    I ended up using a candle lmao!! yeaa I got a heat gun at work but urmm there a bit big so will invest in a small one
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    haha me too lol does the trick if your carefull :)

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