Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: SMiThville, NJ (Summit County in winter)
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that is really nothing to worry about and easy to fix.
i would get whatever one of those epoxy's thats the most cold resistant, mis it up and get it all under the top sheet that lifted up. then just get something like a thing piece of metal, wood, or even cardboard if theres nothing else and put it on your top sheet so that when you clamp it down the pressure is distributed more evenly and protects your tops sheet. you will want to wipe away any excess coming out at this point since it will be harder to deal with later. leave it to sure for 24 hours or how ever long it says on the packaging then take off he clamp. now all you need to do it take a razor blade to it and clean up any remaining excess.
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