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I may run into a problem this year and i need some advice. The problem is it has rained the last 4 evenings and i need some advice on water proofing props. This question may sound wierd to some of you but where i am in Alberta rain on halloween is something new usually we have snow by now. All my props are ready for cold and snow but I guess I should be ready for rain this year just in case so any advice would be great. For example with extension cords and such.
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this is more what i'm used to lol
 

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for any electrical connections that might get wet, I like to at the very least, put a few wraps of electrical tape over 'em, and then put a thin layer of silicone over it......I also seal up anything that I'm remotely worried about in the wet stuff with silicone.
 

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If your props can handle snow, rain should not be to much of a problem. Clear coat anything that might run or smear and a plastic bag and duct tape ( or duck tape) should protect most of the electric plugs. Silicon ( or dow chauk) on wire nut conections or bare wires.
If it snows on me this year I will take the easy way out and shoot my self. ( I'm in mid-Michigan so I am looking for a cool pleasant evening and no wind)
 
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