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Old 14 January 2009, 13:16   #11
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I'm pretty sure it will be ok to keep the boat in the water for a while. Epoxy is waterproof. The issue is the material that acts as a filler. If it's something like chalk there's a possibility that may soak up water - but I'm sure that would take a long time. International used to make a 'lightweight epoxy filler' which contained microscopic glass beads to bulk it up. That was completely waterproof - and astronomically expensive, as I found out to my cost.
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Old 14 January 2009, 15:03   #12
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I think I'm gonna wack abit of flowcoat over the top of the repairs for piece of mind. Thanks folks
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