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what should i use to repair a zodiak inflatable

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Old 03-05-2010
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Default what should i use to repair a zodiak inflatable

the problem is that the floor came ungluded from about half way.any body know what type of glue i should use on this?
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Duct Tape?
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no its got to be rugged enough to carry me and some friends and water proof
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I would think any water proof adhesive would do the job.
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Use a MEK(methyl ethyl ketone) solvent to clean the area.. make sure clean no debris annd dry.

Then use a Polymarine Urethane (PVC) Glue. They are pricey.
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what cw said mach1, its a pain in the ass when u gotta refinish wood floors on a "boat" for the folks who look down on folks like me, i know the adheavisve side of things is a pain in the ass. I wont and dont deal with "those" kinda folks anymore
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well i talked to a dealer and they wouldnt give me a price range or how much an hour,they told me to bring it buy and theyll look at it.im guessing it will cost about $200-300 but i have no idea.i dont even know if its worth it putting money in this boat.anybody know what a 1996 zodiac cadet cfr 340 in good shape would be if it was all fixed up?
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