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  Posted by: willowleaf on Feb-03-14 12:54 PM (EST)

I used to manage a ski shop and we used P-tex sticks (a flat stick of polyethylene that you melted with a torch like sealing wax) to patch deep gouges in ski and snowboard bases. Has anybody ever tried this with roto kayaks or knows why it would not work? Stuff is cheap at ski shops, less than $10 usually for a multi-pack. You melt a bunch of it into the cleaned out scratch or ding and then, once it's cooles, carve it smooth with a metal scraper.

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