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Check this out...http://sanitred.com/BoatRepair.htm
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eh... dunno bout that stuff

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Looks cool.. but the W.O.T. plugin on my Firefox browser says that site is suspicious. Strange.
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Sounds perfect, maybe to perfect. Any body use it.?

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Does the site say anything about laying it over fiberglass? If so, I missed it. I have an inherent mis-trust of anything that "seals" and hence becomes un-inspectable.

Maybe you could just have that spray-on pickup truck bed-liner put on? LOL

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Reading that copy reminded me of listening to that "Oxi-Clean" guy on TV.

Be interesting to know if anyone has any real experience.
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The big question is, if it works, How expensive is it. That pick-up bedliner is quite expensive....
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Looks interesting, at least. The "Permaflex is best applied upon light rusty surfaces" seems strange to me though. Unless it's similar to POR-15, where it is designed to completely seal off any further moisture exposure. I know POR is good, based on what I've seen on car restoration, but haven't looked to far into it for marine apps.
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