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  Good point!
  Posted by: booztalkin on Jan-17-13 11:48 AM (EST)
 

I've had some on the stems of my kayak since last summer and I really like it for it's toughness.

There are some gaps in the bond where it rounds the stems--little bubbles at the edge of the material. I just looked at mine and there is a little bit of vegative matter in there, undoubtedly picked up when I dragged through weeds at the edge of Lake Marion last week. How viable, or even what, it is, I don't know.

I like the stuff and may try to seal up the little voids rather than remove it. Beyond that, I suppose you could treat it with a little bleach solution, but there's another chore we don't need.

So, I have no answer.

~~Chip

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