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I've heard some people mention that they've dusted their uncured Great stuff with bed-a-beast etc. and skipped the silicon. I'm in the process of finishing 3 verts for my rack, and this would be a lot cheaper/simpler, but I don't want to end up with a patchy background. Does this method give decent coverage? I don't mind fixing a few sparse areas as long as it looks good on the whole.
 

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Since I was in kind of a hurry, I went ahead and tried it, and it worked just fine. For the best results, use plenty of bed a beast and pat it down as hard as you can without compressing the still-wet great stuff. Having a tube of silicone on hand to patch bare areas is still a must, but it's much easier and material efficient on the whole than the usual process.
 
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