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Old 07-23-2013, 05:28 PM
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Default Re: Glass and Epoxy...Killer Combo

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Originally Posted by von behr View Post
Fred,

I've never used ShooGoo. Does it dry as clear as the epoxy? If it's soft, won't it get beaten up when it hits a hard object?

-VB
Hi VB. Product is used to 'repair' rubber boots, tennis shoes, etc., so once set its not going anywhere. And it stays soft and flexable, the whole point of the product. Rather doubt that fish teeth, bottom rocks, what-ever, are going to phase this stuff. Have 10++ year old set of Wellington Boots that are cover with this stuff and they're still going strong.

Where this stuff may bring bring something to the Party is fish tend to spit out (ASAP) anything that's 'hard.' The soft nature of this stuff may make them hold on a bit longer? And a huge tube is "Cheap as chips" as the Brit's would say.

Just a guess on my part.
Edit: Forgot to respond to a major question: In a very light application it drys almost as clear as Epox. A very heavy applications (boots) a very light tan colour. But the product, out of the tube, is clear.

Fred
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