07 January 2009

The interior of the bin should be lined to make sure none of the heat can escape, so overlap the fibre at any of the join lines. The lining at the bottom of the bin should also be tucked under the lining used around the circumference.
The buttons should be used evenly throughout the interior. They will keep the fibre in place and kind of look like a button on a couch. Once the lining is complete you will need to paint the top rim of the bin where it meets the lid and also in the inside of the bin lid with the rigidiser. This stops the lining getting damaged when the lid rests on the top.

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