erice 731 Posted November 28, 2014 Share Posted November 28, 2014 looks like i have an osmosis job to do Mike Menzies has 1 of the better osmosis repair write-ups on the web and recommends vinyl esters over epoxies due to their absorbing less water http://mike-menzies-marine.co.nz/new_page_3.htm Duratec in henderson seem to sell vinyl ester products specifically developed for osmosis repairs DURATEC VINYL ESTER FAIRING PRIMER - A high quality "sprayable putty" for fairing and priming composite marine surfaces. An integral part of the Duratec Marine System. For one-off and production composite yacht priming and osmosis and blister repairs. Formulated for below-waterline, topside and deck surfaces DURATEC VINYL ESTER PRIMER - For one-off and production composite yacht priming and osmosis and blister repairs. Formulated for below-waterline, topside and deck applications. http://www.adhesivetechnologies.co.nz/d ... ml#sanding so am thinking of grinding out the blisters, feathering down the edges, washing, drying, filling with the fairing primer, fairing, then a few? coats of the primer, antifouling anyone any vinyl ester experiences to share or general osmosis comments? Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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