Putting d rings in. Need a roller to smooth out the patch, but don't want to pay $20 for one.
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Posted by: scottfree on May-07-14 4:59 PM (EST)
I just looked in our food cupboard and found a can of Bumble Bee canned salmon. There are no ridges on the can, and no ridge/lip holding on the bottom of the can. I think it would make an excellent roller for your purpose.
or, if you're alergic to fish . . .|
Posted by: NateHanson on May-07-14 5:07 PM (EST)
a piece of closet rod, rolled under your hand or foot.
I used my fingers|
Posted by: Guideboatguy on May-07-14 5:17 PM (EST)
look for one of these|
Posted by: pblanc on May-07-14 5:57 PM (EST)
You mean "smooth out" or ensure |
Posted by: ezwater on May-07-14 6:10 PM (EST)
strong contact? I never had trouble with wrinkles or anything that needed smoothing, but failure of some patches after 10 years (!) suggested that firm roller pressure might have made a difference. The texture of the patch and the boat surface after failure suggested that there was less than 70% adhesive contact. Speckly adhesion zones instead of overall contact.
I use a flat plastic scraper|
Posted by: eckilson on May-07-14 8:58 PM (EST)
Posted by: Offside on May-07-14 11:24 PM (EST)
Always have used the handle end of a screwdriver or similar tool.