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Date Posted: - Thursday - 04/12/07 - 1:20pm
Author: Randall, Murre, M31
Subject: 5200
In reply to: Steve B 's message, "Caulking" on - Wednesday - 04/11/07 - 7:54pm


Steve,

Sounds like you're making great progress.

We used 3M 5200 for both operations (deck to hull flange and toe rail to deck/hull flange).

If I had it to do again I would not use 5200 for the toe rail piece of the job simply because where it is sun exposed, it quickly (couple years) chalks. I didn't know this at the time.

Check out how Steve on Spring Moon approached this. His article is in the project section of the MOA site.

RR

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