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I see a few posts in this thread about quantity. In both my builds I bought a gallon and it was more than enough to do the entire boat. I didn't go all the way up the sides but I had more than enought left over to complete the job.

I also see some questions about spraying it on. I believe you can only spray the teflon version......Although being as thick as it is I don't see how you could spray it without gumming everything up. I used a 4" foam roller(like 10 or 12 of them since you really have to push it around hard).

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COOL I LOVE THIS SITE AND THE FORUM .. GREAT INFO FROM EVRYBODY

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Nussy wrote:I see a few posts in this thread about quantity. In both my builds I bought a gallon and it was more than enough to do the entire boat. I didn't go all the way up the sides but I had more than enought left over to complete the job.

I also see some questions about spraying it on. I believe you can only spray the teflon version......Although being as thick as it is I don't see how you could spray it without gumming everything up. I used a 4" foam roller(like 10 or 12 of them since you really have to push it around hard).
How much was this? 47 plus shipping plus pigment?

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$42 for the Steelflex Neutral, $7 for pigment $16,37 for shipping =$65.37

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Nussy wrote:$42 for the Steelflex Neutral, $7 for pigment $16,37 for shipping =$65.37
that was a gallon right, it came in 2 parts in 2qt cans?

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Bugpac wrote:
Nussy wrote:$42 for the Steelflex Neutral, $7 for pigment $16,37 for shipping =$65.37
that was a gallon right, it came in 2 parts in 2qt cans?
Yes.

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Has anyone used this stuff?

I am thinking of taking out my floor boards and coating the inside of the boat to seal any pinhole leaks and to strengthen the hull.

https://www.glazecoat.com/Coat%20it.htm


How about spraying on rhino liner etc. Is it or the above flexible enough for an aluminum boat?

What about Gluvit?

https://www.discountmarinesupplies.com/ ... EALER.html

thanks in advance.

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Search function should give you some results.

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btw that glaze coat looks like a cheap way to seal the crap out of wood decks... now youve got me thinking..... :idea:

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Really surprised Tinboats hasn't partnered with Steel Flex in some cpacity. An official sponsor and maybe a discount of some sort. Seems like a lot of us have used this stuff with great success.
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ober51 wrote:Really surprised Tinboats hasn't partnered with Steel Flex in some cpacity. An official sponsor and maybe a discount of some sort. Seems like a lot of us have used this stuff with great success.
I think the problem is that they are still living in the stoneage, so forum sponsorships probably aren't a top priority. I mean they don;t even offer online ordering, or ordering with a credit card.

Plus, they don;t have to offer a deal when they know you'll pay full price :?

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Anybody got some intructions sheets on how to order this stuff? I want to prepay but what types of payment do they take?

Jason

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ober51 wrote:Really surprised Tinboats hasn't partnered with Steel Flex in some cpacity. An official sponsor and maybe a discount of some sort. Seems like a lot of us have used this stuff with great success.
Reality is we are probably .0000001% of their business.

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Troutman3000 wrote:Anybody got some intructions sheets on how to order this stuff? I want to prepay but what types of payment do they take?

Jason
just call and place your order and send a check. they will ship product when they receive your payment.
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