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hypalon to fiberglass

I have a spot under my dink where the hypalon is peeling away from the fiberglass. Avon has not replied to my inquiry.
Looking for suggestions on what glue to use for this.
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Avon sells the glue, hang in there or hit their web site.

http://www.defender.com/product.jsp?path=-1|294|99399&id=99486
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Wonder what type of glue they use? I have patches, would like to buy something off the shelf
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You want the 2 part hypalon stuff...like here:
Glues & Adhesives Shore Adhesive - 2 Part - Pint Hypalon Inflatable Repair

Do NOT forget to follow exactly the prep directions...particularly the MEK wipe down. Here's some great prep info:
Information From ShipStore.com | Hypalon-Neoprene Inflatable Boat Fabric Gluing Repair Instructions | HYPNEO from the ShipStore.com ™ on-line catalog.
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That's what I'm talkin bout!

Looks like I may have to wait till next year. The temps need to be above 60.

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