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    Canvak works well, if foul weather is coming throw a tarp over it..........snow slides right off.

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    holly crap wycoyote, that stove pipe is awesome! i ended up buying a big a$$ tarp, idont plan on using stove this sep so i guess ill cut the hole if needed. thanks again guys. today is opening day here in idaho and im sitting here at work, nice cold front moving in for the next few days. its time!!

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    Now now...its not the size of the pipe..its how you use it! Lol
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    Check out my shops website!!! www.blackvelvetcustoms.com

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    hahaha, thats the truth

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    I have used canvak. it works well but make sure to follow the application instructions and guidelines. Beware it takes days to dry if the temperature is too cool. Thin even coats seemed to be key. the stuff stinks so allow several days for it to air out before use

 

 

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