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Topic: JB weld for hull protection?  (Read 1061 times)

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heh heh he said "IOTA"

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Wait ?!?!?!? What two?????? Any two anywho I guess!


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Not sure what happened to the pic,
but here it is again,
Still can't figure out what the difference is.
Ended up using the one with "Steel Reinforcement" and hopefully it will wear better.
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Color and chemical composition?


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“Steel reinforced”. Does that mean it will rust in saltwater?
It's all in the mind...


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“Steel reinforced”. Does that mean it will rust in saltwater?

Not sure about rust,
but,
I preferred a dark grey over a white for the bottom of the boat
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I’m interested in how well it holds up and if it holds well to the kayak material. Please keep us updated on the results after a few uses.
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Here's the old thread which includes pictures of someone else's kayak with JB Weld, and my description of how I did it.  I'd forgotten how sticky it was to apply, but that was good, because it wasn't runny.  I don't think I've re-applied it since then, though it has scraped down to a thiner layer now.
http://www.norcalkayakanglers.com/index.php?topic=40243.msg566314#msg566314