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Actually a Scanoe with a square hole in it!!

I have an old Coleman Scanoe (canoe)that we accidentally melted a square hole in from the exhaust from the fireplace vent at side of house.

Is there anybody that can patch and repair this for us.

We are located in Hamilton, Ontario

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  • Gary Davd
    Gary Davd May 11, 2010

    Does the Canoe Wash clothes as well???

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Ha Ha! Very funny :)
Maybe, I've never tried it.

Is suppose with the gaping hole, it will allow the water in, so if Iput the clothes in the canoe, it will lilkely wash a little.


All kidding aside, since you know Coleman, I just wondered if you would have a referral to someone out this way

Cheers!
Craig

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