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Old 09-01-2010, 07:49 PM   #1
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Anyone ever hear of this stuff.................

I got am email off the CHB group and have cut and pasted for you all to read and comment on:

I was able to stop the leak completely by wrapping the tube with rescue
tape and then smearing stay afloat all over. If you don't know about stay
afloat (which I didn't) It's really an incredible product. We'll never leave
the dock without a tub aboard again www.stayafloatmarine.com.

Are any of you familiar with this "stayafloat" stuff or have experience with.* I watched the video and it looked like something any boater would want to have on hand.
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Old 09-02-2010, 07:46 AM   #2
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RE: Anyone ever hear of this stuff.................

Looks interesting. A couple of alternatives I keep on board for the same use: A wax toilet bowl ring and a block of that electricians putty that they use to seal openings.
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RE: Anyone ever hear of this stuff.................

Here's a link that gives a little more of a description. Keith's probably right that wax from toilet bowl ring would probably do the same thing.

http://www.myboatsgear.com/mbg/product.asp?prodID=1962
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RE: Anyone ever hear of this stuff.................

Where was that stuff when the Deepwater Horizon was spewing?

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