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    Default Where to buy Goop Coat-It for my drift boat

    Hi there,

    I'm looking to replace the slick undercoating on my Willie Boat. The original product is called Goop Coat-It, and it's a two-part epoxy coating with Kevlar...I'm sure you guys know what I'm talking about. Anybody know where to get it in Anchorage, Wasilla, or the surrounding area? I'm looking for the 8-lb kit if possible. THANKS!

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    Its a total shot in the dark, but maybe Plaschem in Anchroage has it or something similar. They are primarily a fiberglass shop but sell all sorts of epoxy and resins.
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    I use gluvit (Sp?) on my drift boat, works great. Marita has it.

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    The only product I was able to find last winter when I refinished the bottom of my boat was Gluvit in which doesn't have kevlar fibers in it.

    CAC Plastics carries a variety of materials. They have Gluvit and are probably the most likely place to possibly find or order Coat It in the Valley. West Marine in Anchorage also has Gluvit.

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    Thanks, JR2, Don_h and AKBighorn...

    I gave up looking for Goop Coat It locally, but I did find it on the web at Boatersworld.com. Interestingly, Boatersworld wanted to charge me a hazmat shipping fee of $28 on top of the $68 purchase price. So I went to Amazon.com and purchased the same product from Boatersworld, without the $28 hazmat fee. I've run into this scenario many times before, so when I find a good online product and I'm not happy with the Alaska shipping charges I always check Amazon.com. If you're willing to wait a little longer for a postal delivery, Amazon is usually the way to go!

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    Here's where I bought mine. It can be mailed and it was here in a week or so. Great customer service!

    FISHERIES SUPPLY CO.
    1900 N NORTHLAKE WAY
    SEATTLE WA 98103
    206-632-4462



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