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Old 05-17-2011, 10:57 AM
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Default Re: Drift Boat Repair

I agree completely with WT, that's the way to do it. Do use an automotive type painting solvent to clean the area, even before you start the work. In one of my past lives I owned an automotive restoration shop doing lots of custom work that even extended to boat hulls. Prepsol is one of the solvent names that comes to mind from 40 years ago. OMG.
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