Question about Boating
That is plastic like you find in a garbage can. From what I ahve learned (I own several canoes--though none like that--and do a fair amount of paddling. There is not much that I have heard of that will work well.
If this is a scraped hole (rather than a crack or split) you could try patching it with something like a large rubber tyre for waterproofness, and plastic for some rigidity.
Fibreglas will not work because the canoe is flexible, and once the glass is rigid, it will not stay together.
Posted on Jan 26, 2011
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