How to Waterproof Electronics || Nail Polish, Silicone, Potting Compound

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23 Jul 2019

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In this video we will find out how well nail polish, silicone and potting compound can waterproof electronics and how well they can handle heat transfer. Along the way I will show you how to apply those coating materials and what is important to remember when utilizing them.

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