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Old 12-08-2016, 14:31   #31
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Re: Pinhole leak in timber boat

This stuff will stop the leaks from either side, but outside is best. Once in the seam, water can run along and come out somewhere else. Also rot issues.
A swim/dive is easier than disassembly. In the long run, the seam needs to be fixed correctly. Stay-Afloat lasts enough until a proper fix, but not meant to last forever. Video on their site. It will stop up a large thru hull.
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