sorry, I mean the windshield plexiglass in front of companionway
sv EUTIKIA SM428
now at Preveza (GR)
Il 28/11/2019 16:25, karkauai via
Groups.Io ha scritto:
Hi Giovanni. On SM 243 the portlights were sealed with a LOT of
clear silicone caulk. That made removing the wooden panels inside
very difficult. If you use anything stronger than that you will
never get the panels off without destroying them.
Kent & Iris
Heading S from the Chesapeake in about 2weeks.
Hi to all,
this is other test : https://www.pbo.co.uk/gear/which-adhesive-sealant-is-best-20877
Any experience which the best to seal windshield ? Sika
295 UV vs 3M 4200FC Marine ?
sv EUTIKIA SM 428
Il 27/11/2019 14:52, Mark McGovern
I second Craig's suggestion. Plus, if it fails in less than
50 years Craig will come and personally fix it for you. ;)
3M 5200 is known as "The Devil's Glue" and should really only
be used on things that you never, ever, want to take apart
again. Offhand, I can't think of a single place on my SM that
I would use it in place of something that is almost as strong
but way more removable like 3M 4200.
Here's a pretty good article on marine adhesives from
Practical Sailor: https://www.practical-sailor.com/issues/36_8/features/Marine-Adhesives-Caulks_5953-1.html
SM #440 Cara
Deale, MD USA