Six-inch steel tool has a small roller on one end and rasp surface on the other. Rasp surface wraps around the outside of a curve where it is easy to buff small areas. Weighs just a few ounces.
Hypalon can be used for repairs on all types of synthetic rubber rafts. Shore is the recommended adhesive.
The Monsoon is the version of the Maravia Voyageur diminishing tube line. Reduced tube size in bow and stern adds extra room for people or gear.
Sewing awl has a large wooden handle that fits your hand, comes with a pair of needles and 20 yards of thread that fit inside the handle. This is the tool for sewing raft material or heavy canvas.
Safe and sturdy foot cups are stitched to bases of Neoprene floor material and are closed at the end so a paddler’s foot can’t go through and get trapped.
Use Toluol with Shore Adhesive for repairs on a Hypalon or other synthetic rubber raft. It softens the raft material as it cleans, allowing the adhesive to penetrate the surface and make a secure bond.
The solvent used with PVC adhesives is Methyl Ethyl Ketone. It penetrates and softens plastomer raft coatings, allowing the adhesive to get a better grip.
Easy-to-use cleaner for all types of inflatables. Biodegradable, will remove dirt, oxidation, oils and the like from synthetic rubber or plastomer inflatables.
303 Protectant will protect your inflatable and delay the checking and cracking of both rubber compounds and vinyls. Use it also on drysuit gaskets and dry bag seals. You apply it sort of like car wax.
Simple-to-use Shore Adhesive is a one-part contact glue for repair of Avon, Hyside, Riken, and other synthetic rubber inflatables.
Hypalon kit has 6″ x 56″ strips of 840-denier Riken floor material in black and 420-denier Riken tube material in blue, red, or gray, along with a half pint each of Shore Adhesive and Toluol.
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