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Old 16 April 2009, 09:10   #1
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Flxi Paint - Repair to small wear patches on Hyperlon

I am aware of a product called flexi paint that can be used to touch slight abrasions on Hyperlon tubes.

Has anyone any experience of using it ?

Can I get in the colour yellow ?

Wher can I purchase small quantities...?
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There is a thread in the inflatable section on this subject
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We use and sell the Inland Marine flexi paint and find it works well for cosmetic problems and to delay the retubing route.

http://www.rib-shop.com/prodtype.asp...ageHistory=cat
I wil try to dig out some photos and post them.
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