Posted by Loek de Winter on March 16, 2001 at 18:24:11:
In Reply to: Answer to Loek de Winter posted by Bengt Blomberg on March 16, 2001 at 17:32:52:
Bengt, some questions about your answer
(also your english is quite difficult for me)
--It is very common on these hulls due to a vowen roving
What is vowen roving layer? Is this my paint to use?
-- you will probably have at least another 5 years before the laminate becomes too soft
-- if you do not apply any water shield. A repair will not be more difficult then and you
--can start saving for it now.
I thougt it is right to do so.
It looks like your answer is against your theorie. What you said now it would be better to use epoxy!
This is a wather shield, or do you know another solution/material, I can use better and also can do on the hull, even the hull is still wed?.
5 years is not much!! And do you say now,
the hull will become worse and worse and soft. In the Netherland there is no boot found with that kind of problems.
It is realy too expensive to repair by your fellows in the Netherlands. If you want I give you the prices of all solutions.
So what can I do the best
-use primer, I thought it is the best solution for the problem and in cost also
-use epoxy, makes it even worse, so your last answer and your story on this site, cost a bit more, but may be the hull will never dry
-repair with your lance and I have no bank found to finance that
-a better solution????????
Of course I try to find the best solution in any possible way.
So I hope we have another contact with each other
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