So I have contacted a few companies in a couple of countries for various reasons that are supposed to be the top companies for de-lamination blister repair and reinforcement. Now when talking to them about their processes I was particularly looking for their opinion on post curing. Some do it some do t some say it works others say not to bother.
That's what I'm interested to know though from an unbiased opinion. Can an old polyester, GRP/FRP fiberglass
(take your pick) boat
still be post cured or is their a window of opportunity? On new construction I'm told to post cute within a week. So would post curing a boat
at say 80-90 degree for several hours have any effect on a 25yo boat? The proponents of doing so claim 10-25%increase in hull
strength from post curing even on an old boat. I just wonder if it would even work
after that much time and if the GRP has pulled up water
or their is moisture in the hull
would that have any bearing on its success?