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Customer Rating: 4.0 of 5
The skid plates weren't too difficult to install, but it helps to have two people! They seem to be wearing well and hopefully will help prevent future damage & leaks.
Got this kit for my royalex Mad River Explorer Canoe,1994 garage
queen purchased in showroom condition. After a few uses decided
it would be best to add the kit. After watching you tupe vidios and
reading reviews about being short on resin, I made adjustments. I
did not use a roller. I spread resin on aluminum foil for soaking
kellar mat, and used a brush to tap and spread. Made full use of all
resin with minimal waste and turned out great. Used Krylon paint
for plastic after full cure. I am totally happy with results. Directions
didn't mention a difference in matting top/bottom, found a youtube
reference. Not sure how critcal that is other then texture or wear?
I followed the instructions in the kit and
used some tips found on you tube videos.
I wish there was a little more of the
compound. It was barely enough, the
foam roller absorbs some. If I could do it