I posted a question a while back on the use of Hypalon (which, among other applications) is used for painting inflatable rafts. It's suggested by Ross Miller in his Duckworks Magazine article on his Egret kayak (a beautiful boat that is likely to be my next build).
Source that I've found is GracoFlex H-22 (Look at Graco Western site). I plan to try to give Ross a call - but this stuff is looking really enticing.
--- In Airolite_Boats@yahoogroups.com, "andrew426_250" <andrew426_250@...> wrote:
> Hi all, Last year I went to see Bette and bought an Arrow 14. I asked her as many questions as I could think of, including waterproofing the fabric. I decided to practice first with a plus sized Wacky Lassie. I was wondering instead of a Polyurethane coating on the fabric what about epoxy? I haven't found any info regarding epoxy on Dacron but can you apply it with a small foam roller? 2 light coats? Would it be strong and more durable without to much weight. I was planning on a standard by the book build but while using some epoxy on fiberglass cloth got me to thinking, does anyone have ideas or opinions. Thanks.