Originally Posted by Flying Knight
I've decided to save myself about $500
hehehe If you want to save any money
then get rid of the boat.
Originally Posted by HansSolo
Covering the mold
in clear packing tape first will help MAKE LIFE HORRIBLE.
I tried using clear packing tape over a dowel when trying to preserve some boltholes through my deck
makes the adhesive
on the tape dissolve - since the adhesive
was compromised the dowel came out easily, but the tape was embedded in the epoxy
and removing it was a nightmare and screwed up the holes.
Epoxy (assuming you are using epoxy, I don't know about polyester) will not stick to PVC, cover your mold with a trash bag and it will separate without too much hassle, then you will just be left with some annoying wrinkles inside your locker.
Why do you want to hassle with a fiberglass locker?? Assuming it is going on your deck
, make a box out of outdoor plywood
and protect it with paint
or epoxy. Quick and easy and that WILL save you $ome. Just make sure the tank and locker are well-secured to your boat, and the drain set-up conforms to ABYC recommendations and you are good to go.