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Old 30 October 2015, 11:07   #1
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anyone know who supply's marykate liquid rollers spray here in UK

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The stuff you spray on the bunks to make them slippery?

Generic silicone spray works well.

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The stuff you spray on the bunks to make them slippery?

Generic silicone spray works well.

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That's the stuff thought of silicon or PTFE spray just don't know how they will affect the PVC on my sib

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Silicone itself is pretty benign. If you're worried about the carrier, spray the stuff on just after launching and let it flash off while you have fun on the water.

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Should add that teflon is even less reactive than silicone.
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One more thing to be aware of - silicone or PTFE in the fabric (it will penetrate to some degree) will preclude any type of glue repairs in the future. Glue will not stick to anything exposed to silicone or PTFE without scraping/sanding the affected material off.

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Your right jky

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