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    by Published on January 17th, 2012 21:26     Number of Views: 2823 
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    I am twenty minutes into my two hour drive home after a weekend of boating and the thought passes through my mind, did I turn off that battery switch? After a few more miles I reluctantly turn around and head back to the boat.
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    by Published on July 8th, 2011 17:01  Number of Views: 3577 
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    At some point working on a boat will provide you with the challenge of determining which sealant to use. After all the marine environment is a harsh one and depending on where the sealant is to be applied will determine the proper one to use. Hopefully this tidbit of information will help you decide on what you need to do the job.



    Silicones - have more flexiblity and generally less bonding strength, they work well as a seal between objects that squeeze or rely on compression (like a gasket). Silicones retain their flexibility for long periods of time and work well ...
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