Closed Cell Foam is great for custom outfitting your kayak to fit certain needs. Whether it is making a custom transducer pad, carving new hip pads for your sit inside kayak, adding more flotation to your kayak, or for re-enforcing the deck of your kayak to be able to take a heavier load, the Closed Cell Foam can do it all.
This is great quality foam using it inside my 19' Grumman freighter canoe(tin tank) I like it. Putting foam on inside edge where my knees hit the sides. After a long day on the water the gunnels get kind of wearing on the knees .hopefully the foam will take the sting out of it. Have used some on floor front and back for the knees makes it great. Will buy some more keep up carrying the Great products ACK.
First I want to apologize for the duplicate previous posts - my internet is so slow I couldn't tell the first one was sent. Today I completed installing the foam blocks into my stitch n glue canoe. It went pretty well but took a couple days while I waited for glue to cure. I used Weldwood latext contact cement on the blocks I attached to the inner sides of the canoe. For under the seats, I added a wooden frame that was screwed to the seat crossbar and glued with Gorilla Glue. The Gorilla glue also took to the foam and is holding it in place. The wood frame is intended to make sure the foam can't escape. I glued 1 inch foam on the top of the seat for floatation and comfort. I think I'll order 2 more blocks of the 2 inch thick foam to add to the bow - that should put about 450 pounds of buoyancy into the canoe and I can feel better when I get on a big lake. Its not the prettiest but I'm all for safety. I'll post photos of the install on this blog.