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  • Filling the gap between plywood floor??

    Ok guys, What is the best way to fill the gap between the plywood floor pieces I will be putting in soon?? I think Systems West has a crack filler?? What about gluvit as I just was reading this?? Any other ideas??

    Gluvit Epoxy Water Sealer brushes away leaks, seeks out and fills and seals leaks throughout boats and homes. Gluvit is a paintable waterproof epoxy sealer that seeks, fills, and seals cracks in wood, fiberglass, and metal.


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    Re: Filling the gap between plywood floor??

    I cut my floor so I just put cloth strips over the seems and glassed in the whole deck. If you have larger cracks I would use peanut butter or long strand fiberglass filler.
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      Re: Filling the gap between plywood floor??

      I used a little bit of Epoxy with 'cabosil' filler added to it- The seams weren't that wide, so it probably didn't NEED it- But I did it anyway!

      All my seams ended up on frames, so they had backing under them. Of course, it's all glassed over, too...

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