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I do not have to have registration letters on the dink but just TT Elephants Child.

So I want to put that on the black panel I will create with the balck hypalon paint but want to use a yellow or white paint. Guess I will just try something waterbased and external. The dink is permantly inflated so flex should not be a big issue.

Thanks for merging my unintentional double post. I have wifi problems at times.
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You can get inflatable boat paint at a marine store. The paint needs to be flexible or it will just peal off. I have used it on Hypalon and it works well.
Does anyone know the brand name of this paint? Does WestMarine carry it? I'd like to buy some!
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hypalon lettering issue

There are hypalon letter kits that are made for that purpose. They come with glue and instructions and are available in different colors. I have used them and they held up.
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hypalon lettering

I just looked at the 2011 West Marine catelog and they have a product that will work. It is Boatnumbersplate.com which custom creates the entire series of numbers on a glue on product. $40 and you provide your own hypalon glue.
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