Matt---Yes, Airex I know, now I also know about Divinicel. You should take photos of your work and put them on the website. We'd all learn a lot from yourrhcmkc1
Divinicel is more or less equivalent to Airex the only reason I would get it over Airex is because it's what the local boatyard uses so I can get scraps. Itfirstname.lastname@example.org
'Sounds good. I'm not familiar with that brand, but seems to be a good plan and after glassing the rudder/steps will be as solid as granite.Bob On Wednesday,rhcmkc1
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