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We got a bottle of "bug juice" internal boat sealer and we're wondering if we just squeeze it through the military valves and then re-inflate it and roll it around to distribute? I guess it works like fix-a-flat and seels small leaks from the inside. Anyone have any advise on the application of this stuff?

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Just spray it into the valves and then make sure to tip the boat over and shake it all around to ensure a good coating on the inside of the tubes. This stuff works really well at sealing minor seeps/leaks.
 

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I used some stuff called Inflatable Boat Sealant from West Marine, on an old PVC glued Odyssey several years go. Same idea, squirt in through valves and roll around. I put it in there and rolled the boat around every 20 minutes or so for about 4 hours per the instructions. I was trying to cure several small seam leaks. It worked and I got another 2 years out of the boat before it the seams went totally T-up.
 
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