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CAULDER

Hull Blistering

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CAULDER

Can hull blistering be repaired and not show back up.

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areamike

Can hull blistering be repaired and not show back up.

Perhaps if you post this topic a third time you'll get your answer. Tease.gif

Admins...maybe merge these topics or delete one?

http://www.themalibucrew.com/forums/index.php?/topic/23845-hull-blistering/

Edit: Dang, Admins are ON IT!

DOUBLE EDIT: I believe Hull blistering can be repaired. Whether it will show up again I imagine would depend on how well it is repaired.

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Sixball

Hull blistering can be repaired but will not guarantee it will not reoccur.

We had a large Sail boat that was kept in the water over the year including bubbled through the winter. We sanded the bottom and refinished it with an epoxy. I believe it was a West Marine product. We did have a small area with blisters but we repaired it and never had the problem again for more than eight years.

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billb

When I was researching boats 10 years ago I was told not to buy a boat that had blistered. I was told that it'd never be right again after that. I have no personal experience with a blistered hull.

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