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You can start carving away at it to remove any excess. I usually just make a small slice with a razor and tear chunks off to get a not-so straight look... If its not cured, it will be gooey or very soft.
 

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u should sharpen a pencil and poke holes into the thickest parts. You could also shave it down slowly.
 

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Red can, I peeled some back and did some carving, im good. Now im curious, how thick is to thick?
 

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Thickness is at your discretion.... If you plan on shoving brom stolons in there, give it a little more depth. I try to keep my backgrounds as thin as possible to maximize space for plants.
 

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I'm looking for texture - not thickness.

I'm more interested in a couple of small promontories and ridges - and some interesting textures - than a massive blob of foam. :D

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