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By DesertPat
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Has anyone ever experimented with coating the inside of pots not safe for plants with Plasti Dip? I have a feeling it would work very well and will probably try it out next year, just wondering if anyone has seen it done already.

All comments, questions, concerns etc are appreciated below.

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By DesertPat
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Bumpity bump. Still curious about this stuff...surely I can't be the only one who has ever seen it?

By skitch23
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Joined:  Thu Sep 08, 2022 2:41 am
Sorry to bump an old thread, but just wondering if you ever tried the plastic-dip route? I 3d printed a soaking pot for my orchid but its not totally water tight and I was trying to decide between plastic-dipping it or just using epoxy.
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By optique
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never used plasti dip but rustoleum paint works just fine.

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