Question about Boating
My 17' Wenonah ABS Canoe has a crack thru the hull about 10'' long caused by children walking on it in winter temps. Can I use West System G-Flex to repair crack?
The easiest, cheapest, and most durable solution I have found (after abusing an Old Town Penobscot for 17 years) is Marine Gunk, available in large tubes for a caulking gun. It adheres well, flexes with the canoe, does not separate or crack. I learned this trick from a rental outfitter. You can find it on line from such distributors as Ace Hardware. It requires 24 hours for a full cure and will "run", so be sure the area to be repaired is level. You can build it up in layers if the repair is particularly thick.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
No actually you can't.. but heres an idea. get a couple pieces of gum, and flavor you like, and chew it up till its super duper sticky, then take it out of your mouth and stick it in the hole :) and thats its done,
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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