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Professional Boat Restoration uses LOW V (tm) epoxy

for major restorations

 

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Progressive Epoxy Polymers, Inc.

Pittsfield, NH 03263 

CALL 603.435.7199

Professional Boat Restoration uses LOW V (tm) epoxy

for major restorations

 

We have over 40 different different epoxies for every kind of marine, home, industrial application and project. We offer more kinds and types of epoxies than any other source. We are a technical/chemical company not a sales organization. Providing epoxy help, support and products since 1990.

 

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Low V (tm) epoxy is a thin, solvent free epoxy that will bond to dry, wet or damp surfaces. Typical applications for Low V epoxy include: rot repair (because it bonds to damp surfaces. Read more on Rot - Site #1 and also at Site #2 and Site #3) - sealing re-hab shipping container floors (from chemicals in the floor to kill bugs etc. Read more on Shipping Container floor sealing - Site #1 and also at Site #2) and as a general primer and sealer. One boat restoration pro (now deceased) used the LOW V epoxy in place of the thicker Basic No Blush marine epoxy or in place of the Premium No Blush marine epoxy. Read more about his work. It is also commonly injected into delaminated core / skin areas in "spongy" boat decks and RV walls. Also fixing osmotic blisters on boat hulls. Read more on blisters - Site #1 and also at Site #2). Mixed with copper powder for an anti - fouling boat bottom.

 

"Hello Paul, I delivered Thistle 448 to her new owner and he's very pleased. I've been using your epoxy since the late 90's when I restored Thistle 1014, then built an Alaskan Tolman Skiff and then through several more Thistle restorations...

She's all done and it's time to prep for varnish. Today I sealed all the remaining new wood on 448 with Progressive Low-V epoxy thinned with about 15% acetone. The goal here is to seal the wood with epoxy to create a stable base for later coats of varnish. I use the Low-V epoxy as it's thinner and with just a little bit of solvent, it thins out to a paint-like viscosity that makes it easy to brush on. It will level out well which makes for less sanding later. I'll follow up this coat within 24 hours with one more to build depth and then let it cure for a couple of days before sanding with 220 grit and follow up that with several coats of varnish.

I really like the Progressive epoxies and have used the Basic-No-Blush and Low-V epoxies for many years, going back to the restoration of Thistle 1014 (photos). The price is good, service is great and they mix with an easy to use 2:1 ratio meaning you don't need special pumps. Paul Oman, the owner of the company is a former Thistle sailor. When you call the shop, you'll get him on the phone and he's an expert wooden boat builder happy to offer advice. The only bad thing about this epoxy is the crazy web site. There are tons of pages and it's easy to get lost. It's worth it though to browse around because there are golden nuggets of wisdom on a wide range of topics if you put in the time to find them...

Today I sheathed the hull of 448 with Progressive Low-V Epoxy and fiberglass cloth. 50" wide cloth will just reach from the gunwale to just past the CB slot in the middle of the boat and provide enough extra cloth for nice overlaps at the stern and bow."  Paul N - XXX XXXXX Boatworks

 

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Thistle Class Sailboat - Hull #154


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