cpes epoxy (which is better)

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cpes epoxy (which is better)

Post by chugalug » Wed Dec 10, 2014 3:53 pm

I was looking up cpes epoxy. looked at Smith & Co. and at The Rot Doctors .Both sound interesting, one is a little cheaper. just wondering if anyone had an opinion? :roll:
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Re: cpes epoxy (which is better)

Post by cusoak » Sun Dec 14, 2014 4:53 am

I have used the Smiths CPES on a 1966 Century that I restored the bottom on and also on my Zip build. It is good stuff if you want to seal wood. It penetrates and sort of glues the fibers of the wood together. It will take an old board that is soft and make it solid .
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Re: cpes epoxy (which is better)

Post by chugalug » Mon Dec 15, 2014 7:32 am

Or total boat penetrating epoxy.Its supposed to be cheaper,but the total amount is less than the 2 gallon kit from rots. they advertise no smell tho. :roll:

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