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  Posted by: suiram on Feb-06-13 10:33 AM (EST)
 

Well, I would do the following -
-since your stand up paddle board is not that big, I would hang a tarp over it, and stick a blowing-type-electric-heater underneath. I am quite sure that would raise the temperature a bit. Blowing type - to distribute heat more evenly.
-if tarp were unavailable, some poly from home improvement stores would work. Or those emergency mylar blankets, they might be better since they do reflect heat.

Think positive - since it is cool you have extra time to work with glues and epoxies.

That board looks very promising - are going to fill it with low density expanding foam and glass over?


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