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    foam for yoyo cases 
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    Ok, Ive looked all over the forum and i cant find what kind of foam to use for yoyo cases. And how to cut the circles just right.
    Does any one know what kind of foam to use?
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    foam rubber is a very good foam for yos. to cut it you can use a hole cutter like thing that attaches to your drill or you can use a soup can that is the right size of your yos. ive heard about using tomato sause to cut it but im not shure about that method

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    Where can i buy foam rubber?
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    Michaels, tall mouse.

    Also fabric stores. They usually carry this stuff at custom furniture manufactures.
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    Foam for cases 
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    Well I live in Baltimore we have a company up here that sells foam for all sorts of things I just took the case I wanted foam in and had them custom cut the foam, then I measured out the holes by tracing the yoyo's I was going to put in there.

    to cut the holes I used my wifes electric knife it works great for cutting foam.
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    i used a small can to cut the holes in my case - drink cans (aluminium ones) were too thin to cut properly, but small creamed corn can, slightly smaller than an average yoyo, worked really well, just cut the top off and then twist it back and forth into the foam
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