In the bottom of my boat to install a Airman Tranducer, any sugestions on what to use to seal the hole, 4200 or 5200 or is there something better, need it to dry in a few days so I can put the boat back in the water ! :idea:
Using when "Anti-Bond 2015" 3M 5200 comes off like putting a knife through hot butter. Well, OK, not quite that easy ... but we removed an OB bracket off of a transom once that had a thick bead of 5200 all the way around. Yes, sometimes it can be tough getting the solvent in under the item to begin to break the bead, but once done, it works. We used a thin piece of SS wire to a wooden handle on each end to work the solvent and cut the bead behind the OB bracket.Porkchunker":2n974iai said:5200 is permanent. If you think you'll ever have to remove it, use 4200.