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Waterproofing RGB strips and string

Discussion in 'RGB Lights - Intelligent Pixels and 3-Channel RGB' started by coopz05, Nov 22, 2013.

  1. coopz05

    coopz05 Apprentice Elf

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    Hey guys.

    Just attaching my first ever lot of RGB dumb strings and dumb strip.

    I bought it from ray wu, custom designed and specifically asked for waterproof.

    At the mini, people said to maybe waterproof it myself too just to be sure.

    What exactly does that entail?

    Do I just add some silicone around where the wires join?

    On the strings, do I literally have to silicone the bottom of each rgb light? It already is siliconed, but are people suggesting i do it too??? Thats over 2000 lights id have to do, cos I have 20x strings of 100...
     
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    Any ideas???? No one seems to know :mad:
     
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    Habbosrus New house (again) 2017

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    I think everybody is busy getting there stuff together too. I put some extra silicone on my stuff, but I have nowhere near as much as you. Go through and check them and if you think any need some extra silicone, whack it on them. Better to be safe than sorry.
     

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