The exterior baffle on my double baffled box apparently wasn't screwed enough or glued to the one under it at all. I'm about to start my first fiberglass project on a set of mids in my center console, could I just use resin between the baffles and then mat and resin around all exterior joints to ensure this doesn't happen again? Or resin and mat between the baffles, or just a garbage idea?
I have no wood glue and am incompetent enough that I don't want to screw into my box. I didn't build it for a reason. Using the fiberglass materials would be cheapest and easiest with all things considered IF it will actually be helpful. Any input appreciated.
For the record the baffle under the loose one seems to be entirely secure and intake so there should be no air leaks. Fiberglassing the exterior corners would just be a Better safe then sorry I think. But since already going to have the supplies out I'd like to use. Pretty isn't the concern here whatsoever BTW
In case it matters. Below is the box in question. Bottom baffle is screwed through the side panels every 6-8" but top only has a screw in each corner holding it to the bottom one.
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