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    If you're going the tinfoil route, maybe just crest them with Ali tape...?
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    i like the cresting idea, 2 chances to find them, pile and fletch ends. maybe combine that with the heater repair paint : 0

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffretired View Post
    I wonder if the paint you can buy to restore a broken heated rear screen would work. It conducts electricity, so might be picked up by a metal detector. Might be easier to paint a line rather than stick on a strip of foil.
    Just spotted Weld Thru primer, apparently it allows welding to take place on parts primed with the stuff.
    Just because it conducts electricity doesn't mean it contains metal. Water and carbon are very good at conducting electricity.
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    Yes, that is true. I'm not sure the paint is just water though,heehee.
    I think the paint uses zinc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitehart View Post
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    Funny thing I was speaking one of our other members at the club last week about putting a thin strip of aluminum foil inside a Carbon One to see if the metal detector could find it.

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