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Old 21 January 2015, 15:37   #11
Country: USA
Town: S. Carolina
Boat name: D560
Make: Avon
Length: 5m +
Engine: Merc 100hp
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Check for Polymarine locally.

They sell a polychloroprene 1-part.

Found it on a .AU web domain for $26.

It's basically 2-part adhesive that is premixed and bottled.

Apply 1 coat, wait 5 min
Apply 1 coat, wait 3 min
press & burnish/clamp

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Old 23 January 2015, 18:19   #12
Country: Australia
Town: NSW
Length: 4m +
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I saw that product, its from the UK? Unfortunately I cant get it due to lack of credit card. Looks like you guys get lots more RIB options than Aussie.

Essentially what Im trying to fix is the first layer of Hyaplon that has come off a small hypalon tape edge in a really non stressed area that gets no water. The hypalon top layer of the material sandwich has lifted maybe 1cm long. I think its neoprene the next layer of the "material"?

Also it would be impossible to keep the material seperated to make 2 coats like with 2 part glue. Hence why I want to know what 1 part glue is ok for this kind of use. I just want to know which glue wont eat through the material.

Hence why i dont want to spend $60 when I know its really unimportant but still annoying to me.

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