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Old 30 March 2011, 13:36   #11
Country: USA
Boat name: The Boot
Make: Avon SR5.4
Length: 5m +
Engine: Suzuki DF70
Join Date: Aug 2005
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I know polyurethane toobs are coated with an aromatic poly coating. Obviously using like chemicals to bond with each other would yield a much better end result than polyurethane coating on hypalon. So my thought was to prep the hypalon with a urethane based glue as a primer for the polyurethane paint to adhere to better. There is a urethane based glue that is sold here in the US that is used to bond dissimilar materials (pvc to hypalon, urethane to pvc, urethane to hypalon) together. I plan to try this out at some point.

edit: the glue is called stabond.

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