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BabySitter posted 02-06-2002 08:58 AM ET (US)   Profile for BabySitter   Send Email to BabySitter  
Has anyone had experience with the Gibco
Flex-Mold product used for repairing non-skid
jimh posted 02-06-2002 09:11 AM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
I have not heard anyone mention that product on the FORUM before, so you may be exploring new territory. Let us know how it works or worked for you.


BabySitter posted 02-06-2002 11:31 AM ET (US)     Profile for BabySitter  Send Email to BabySitter     
jimh - to fill in a few gaps; this product is advertised by They advertise as an OEM supplier of gel coat to
BW and others. I've asked for more poop on whether patterns are available for Whalers.
I'll follow up when I hear from them.


BillS posted 02-06-2002 09:42 PM ET (US)     Profile for BillS  Send Email to BillS     
I used flex-mold to redo the entire floor of my 71 Nauset. It worked great after a little
practice. I dealt directly with Gibco as they are 15%-20% cheaper than Mini-Craft.

They have a kit they can send you with 2"x3" samples of the different patterns.
You must ask for Whaler patterns otherwise you only get their generic patterns.

Check out this web site


BabySitter posted 02-07-2002 01:04 PM ET (US)     Profile for BabySitter  Send Email to BabySitter     
BillS - I've got some floor repairs to make,
so this sounds like it will be the way to go.
I'll check out the Gibco site. Thanks


buddydog posted 02-08-2002 12:40 PM ET (US)     Profile for buddydog  Send Email to buddydog     
I have just finished major repairs on the floor of a 75 montauk. Now I need to make it look uniform is the flex-mold good to recover the entire floor or should I use Rino coat. I will be spraying the entire boat with Allgrip I would like it to look good but it doesen't have to be perfect. The boat is being restored for a 13 and 11 year old

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