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To do this, you can use polyvinyl acetate glue, polyvinyl butyral glue, BF-6 glue or plastic wrap.

The place of the gap is covered with a film, thin paper is placed on it and ironed. The polyethylene melts and seals the gap.

Author: Shkurko D.I.

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