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Default Repairing a plastic/polyethylene boat (HDPE)

replying to Doug Miller, Fishingman48 wrote:
This is somewhat old but i'll add my two cents as has helped me save $$$$ in
long run // rhino liner or any "good" liquid truck bed liner which has to be
sprayed// also a high quality liquid Rubber .lasted heck a few yrs before i
had to throw another coat on .

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On 10/11/2019 9:14 AM, Fishingman48 wrote:
replying to Doug Miller, Fishingman48 wrote:
This is somewhat old but i'll add my two cents as has helped me save
$$$$ in
long run // rhino liner or any "good" liquid truck bed liner which has
to be
sprayed// also a high quality liquid Rubber .lasted heck a few yrs before i
had to throw another coat on .


Polyethylene does not weather well as it is degraded by sunlight.
Polymer chains get oxidized and strength is lost.
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On 10/11/2019 8:51 AM, Frank wrote:

Polyethylene does not weather well as it is degraded by sunlight. Polymer chains get oxidized and strength is lost.


Frank's got a little dingy.


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