Hi folks, greeting from Israel.
So the nose on my Widow NG was torn and beaten for a while, probably from all the nose pop-up and such. I decided my sawing skills were not up to the task of putting a new one, so I went with an option that was discussed by many before on different forums, all recommending it. Since I haven't seen anyone post a "how-to" manual, I'm showing here my process. Hope you enjoy it. The before shot + The material and tools
I started applying the first layer with a brush, very runny and fluid compered to the original mix, after I thinned it with the Naphtha. This was so the fabric would be soaked with the plasti dip . After waiting 1/2 hour, I applied the second layer, which was reduced through natural vaporizing in open air.
After another half and hour I put the leftover plasti dip in a cut-out plastic dish so I can dip the nose in the now-more-concentrated material. I dipped only 1/3rd of the nose this time. After another 1/2 an hour, I dipped a final time in the almost-original consistency dip, and only the tip of the nose. The result was a fully protected nose.
Hope I helped someone, in some small way.
On another note, if there's anybody on this honorable forum from my neck of the woods, I'd be happy to get together and fly
happy flying everyone.