modified malahini

Designs for inboard or outboard power

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chugalug
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Re: modified malahini

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Don't plan on reusing the mix container as that stuff gets really sticky and hard to get out of containers when cured.Not sure what happens in colder temps but foam in a can won't set up too much.Don't glue yourself together if you get it on your clothing :D
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Re: modified malahini

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Thanks for the advise Chug. I plan on using 20oz paper cups for mixing and pouring that I can just discard when done. Apparently this stuff likes temps above 75. Even my kitchen isn't warm enough. Either I wait until summer or turn the heat up.
Bryan

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My wife said "If I build a boat, she's getting a divorce."
We're still happily married, but now she just wants "the dam boat out of the garage."

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Re: modified malahini

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don't overfill in enclosed spaces.will pop your boards loose.Might have to up heat.They say you save money by building your own boat.I Fibreglassed my boat in January so went thru 3 semi loads of wood for heating in boiler.At 1400.bucks a pop-wheres the savings?Sure is fun tho. :D
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