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AaronM

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My boat needs some floatation, and could anyone tell me where I could find some, or if you have any to sell? If you do please email me at thedogboat@wiktel.com Thanks!

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I think what you need is called epifoam and comes in blocks that are used for dock floatation as well as boat applications. It can be cut to size very easily and marinas or dealerships may be able to help you out. If it is a closed area that needs floatation, you may be able to use the expandable foam, spray-in, insulation...the kind sold at lumber companies to seal larger gaps in construction. If you use a product of this sort remember to fill the void only 2/3 full as the expanding product will, and can, go way beyond where you want it to fill. If it does, it too can be pared back with a utility knife. Hope this helps out.

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Foam gets is buoyancy from trapped air. If your foaming under a floor you will want a foam with a closed cell. A foam that isn't closed cell will suck up water in time. You can get sheets of foam (pink stuff)at Menard's. Theres also products that are 2 part mix that you pour into cavity's.

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If you mean floatation because your boat sits too low in water, you won't help anything adding foam. That's just for a boat that capsizes and sink, it will give floatation and won't go under in a blink of an eye.
It would be better if you explain what you have in mind, and we can try to help you better.

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