Bravo! This is not old school , this is Common Sense! I have one of those old, no glue boats. It only leaks a little. David Jost ... of. ... where ... WhenMessage 1 of 41 , Apr 1, 2001View SourceBravo!
This is not "old school", this is Common Sense! I have one of
those old, no glue boats. It only leaks a little.
> built for a long time before any of these glues even were thoughtof.
> The above are the thoughts of an old man from the old school,where
> you had to pound oakum between the planks to keep the water out.When
> your plank spaceing had to be right because if it was too much, ittogether,
> wouldn't swell up enough to seal, or if they were too close
> they would swell up and pull the fasteners out.
> Flame away, Stan Snow Goose. ;-)
... They don t sell this anymore. It was actually cheaper than the home improvement sealant! I compared the ingredients, a little more VOC/solvent in theMessage 41 of 41 , May 20, 2003View Source
>I'll be the Marine polyurethane is the same as the other---justThey don't sell this anymore.
It was actually cheaper than the home improvement sealant!
I compared the ingredients, a little more VOC/solvent in the marine
version, otherwise identical.
So use the home type. Works just as well.
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