Advice for a novice, where to sell?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by speeeeee, Apr 26, 2007.

  1. speeeeee

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    Hello all, recently tried to set up some rehearsal rooms (we are a community music network), but basically it all went wrong and we got stitched up by a property landlord.

    We purchased 4 cases of GREEN GLUE, which I had been advised to buy for sound proofing, but we need to make some money back and not sure where or how get rid of it.

    I looked at the AV shop areas but it all looks like electronic hardware is mostly sold. Should I still list it in there or go through ebay???

    Any ideas greatly appreciated.

    Peter
     
  2. dj-dulux

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    Post a pic or link as I (and probably others ) have no idea what this GREEN GLUE is?

    Dupe...
     
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    Not sure if you still have the GG for sale but I would highly recommend it to anyone who wishes to improve their sound insulation
     
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    I do still have the GG for sale, thanks for the endorsement

    Anyone interested in buying then please get in touch....
     
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    Iam in the process of making a home cimema and may be interested in buying them. How much are you after?

    Clive
     
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    This sounds like the acrylic adhesive bonding compounds you get at DYI stores. Just makes sure it is for sealing and assembling(!) and can be applied to wet surfaces. It is a bit more expensive compared to the standard silicones or acrylics for sealing but for sure far below the other stuff.

    I used it to glue panels directly to the concrete wall. One case is enough for one wall because you just need a few contacts. Lasts forever ;)
     

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