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Old 04-03-2016, 05:53   #16
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Re: Successful Osmosis Repair

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I spent around $200 for a laminate profile preformed by an excellent surveyor to get a better idea of what was going on. It was money well spent. The yard did a double peel on the boat and it set for close to a year on the hard with frequent fresh water flushes. I used the interlux product line for the barrier coats ( 9 layers) and etc.
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I spent around $200 for a laminate profile preformed by an excellent surveyor to get a better idea of what was going on. It was money well spent. The yard did a double peel on the boat and it set for close to a year on the hard with frequent fresh water flushes. I used the interlux product line for the barrier coats ( 9 layers) and etc.
Hi Lancelot,
That sounds painless and obviously has been successful. Well done.
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