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Michael: The next step we are going to do here is actually start applying our layer. Okay, as you see we put a little piece to take. Mary Ann: I saw that a little blue tape, a little color won’t matter. Michael: Okay, now the object to the game here is let’s say if we just we don’t have to glue the whole sit but if you notice we use glue around the outside edge and a little in the center. Mary Ann: Just to hold it in place. Michael: Because if you don’t glue the center, the foam can pop up on you. Mary Ann: Will put a little bubble? Michael: Yeah, so we do actually have to put. Mary Ann: Oh that’s not good. Michael: So we do actually not to put. So, but we put a little bit of glue is the three M spray adhesive and it put a little bit of a glue. Mary Ann: And you notice that Michael has cardboard underneath this on the table. This blue is a little bit sticky and you don’t want to be gluing this in the top. Michael: Where it does. Mary Ann: Oh yeah but the over spray from is it doesn’t exactly go over where you want it through all the time. Michael: Yeah so we’ve just put actually once the bounded the polyester goes on it kind of hold everything in place but the edges will get the edges real good. Mary Ann: And I can see you guys glue all over that cardboards. Michael: Oh yeah, the cardboards there. And if you notice I’m gluing away from me what that does is it doesn’t get glue all over the edge of the foam okay. Mary Ann: Okay. Michael: Okay so we doing in angle thing there. Alright in the center, now will take our last move a little more in the center and will take our board and if you put the foam on top of the board you will on the center as well okay. Mary Ann: Because the foam is bigger. Michael: So what’s you do is just slowly bring it down and make sure you look the same all the way around and just sit it on there. Now, you press those edges and you see as we press how the foam comes with us evenly. Mary Ann: Oh yeah. Michael: Yeah, that’s what we wanted. Mary Ann: Now, is that going to stick to those edges or is that— Michael: No, that’s it right there. Mary Ann: Okay. Michael: That’s our foam, first layer. Mary Ann: Alright. Michael: Now, when we do the polyester we don’t’ want to stick to the cardboard so let’s take this out of here.