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Old 10-17-2015, 04:18 PM   #1
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Sealing up a hole

Quick question, I found a hole in the ceiling located in the bathroom vanity, the only thing in this hole are two electric wires. Would it be out to fill this hole with exspansion foam?
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Spray foam , could be a little messy( and if it's like the can I used, the nozzle plugs up within mins of use, instructions say to use the whole can quickly )might be better to see if you can find a rubber grommet.
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A Plastic or metal cover or plug will allow you future access.
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Keep it simple. Foam it.
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Get some water based silicon from the hardware store.

Comes in common earth tone colors as well as white and clear.

Sticks to just about everything and fills gaps with water cleanup a damp rag wipes off excess and patting can leave textured if needed.

It can be pulled out if needed so just a little is needed.
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