Dont trash that LG yet!!!

Poulets De Cajun

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I just had a SWIFT idea! I can take it apart and use the heating element in a self built cabinet hatcher! I have two server cooling fans too! WOOOWHOOO!
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Poulets De Cajun

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Did you use 3/4 ply or something else? I have a bunch of 3/4 MDF but I'm wondering if the humidity would deteriorate it too much? Course I could line it with some showerboard or something... that way I could just wipe it out.
 

silkiechicken

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Slap on a good dozen layers of polyurethane on the box and it'll be good to go at 100% humidity. I have a pint coated over about 10sq feet of surface and it's as shiny as can be an holds water like a plastic cup. All pieces were painted twice before assembled, and painted about 6 times over after assembled. LOL Went over board at 15 when I had too much time on my hands.
 

speckledhen

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We took a handmade solid wood dresser and coated it with a ton of coats of Helmsman Urethane and it's great in the bathroom with a sink dropped in it. I'd use that for sure on a bator. It's marine type polyeurethane, like on bar counters.
 

jvls1942

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use the thermostat from the LG..
I used the solid state one from LG

I built mine like a cabinet out of solid maple boards.. I am going to make a new door though..out of plexiglass.. I am just too nosey to not look inside..
 

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