Originally Posted by jwalker
Just how tried and tested is this stuff - do you have the equipment to be able to tell us whether this stuff has any UV blocking qualities at all - and have age stressing machines that will tell us whether any long term damage is being done to the hypalon. Im suprised how "vehemently" you recomend a product that you have no scientfic evidence is not going to eat away at our boats.
Fair point - but it comes word of mouth recommended from a vast array of people from many different walks of life - and it does say amongst other things it is safe to use on hypalon and is marketed as a UV protector (i assume that there are some kind of trading standards in place that would not allow them to put that on the bottle if it has not at least undergone testing)
I tell you what - if you can get the floor polish manufacturers to state on there packaging that it has UV protection qualities and is safe for use on hypalon then ill try it hen my rib is more than 10 years old and am less bothered about destroying the tubes.