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Possible easy fix for a break or leak in a kayak

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Possible easy fix for a break or leak in a kayak

Post by StridAst on Sat 13 Dec 2014, 5:13 pm

ok, came across this.  so far it's just an idea, but might be useful as an emergency fixer for a kayak, and most importantly it's small and light enough to carry easily on a kayak.  

It's plastic that stays liquid until you expose it to UV. then it hardens supposedly in 4 seconds. called bondic.  not too expensive either.


I've ordered some to experiment with, I will add more information when I try it on a deeper gash in one of my rec boats.  however I don't have any actual complete holes or breaks in any of my kayaks to test, so I thought I would throw this out in case anyone else wants to experiment, and has a leak that would give a more definitive answer.


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