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Interlux Watertite Epoxy Filler

Interlux Watertite Epoxy Filler YAV135 is a two-part, easy to use, fast drying epoxy compound for filling holes and repairing scratches in gelcoat and fiberglass. Watertite YAV135 is strongly recommended for filling gelcoat blisters below the waterline and for use with the Interprotect Epoxy Barrier System.
 
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Interlux Watertite YAV135 is an excellent fairing compound due to its unique two-phase cure, which gives a long easy-to-sand window. Watertite can be applied to a thickness of 3/4" without sagging and its superior spreadability makes it an ideal glazing compound for filling small nicks and scratches.

What is Gelcoat Blistering?

Osmosis is caused by a chemical reaction between water and unreacted substances remaining in the manufactured hull. Water breaches the exterior gelcoat and reacts with the chemical components creating acidic substances. These substances create pressure behind the gelcoat which causes blisters and eventually cracking. Once the gelcoat is breached in this manner, the underlying laminate is capable of absorbing water like a sponge.

Use the Interlux Interprotect system to treat and help prevent this insidious problem.

BRAND: Interlux
Material: Epoxy
Number Of Parts: Two Part
Rate Of Cure: Fast
Type: Fillers
4.7 15

yes I will buy this product again!!

5

I made repairs to gelcoat and a few blisters on a 1972 Venture 2-24 sailboat. I mixed as per instructions and it took longer to dry than I expected(overnight), however when it dried it sanded well and and faired out well. It does take some elbow grease to sand so don't over fill. Wear latex gloves as it can be messy and difficult to get off your hands. Taking a long time to set up can be a blessing as it gives you time to work with it and smooth it out without it gumming up to soon. Mix small amount because a little goes a long way. Over all I was very satisfied with the product and the Jamestown Tech's that I spoke to on the phone. If you own a boat of any kind you need to know Jamestown Dist. Everyone I spoke with was very professional and very familiar with the products they sell.

Mike G.

North Texas

Yes

Excellent filler / fairing compound.

5

Interlux watertite is a great fairing compound for finish and detail fairing. Does not develop pin holes and goes on very smooth and light with a plastic spreader. Sands out nicely as well.

Eric

Fairhaven, MA

Yes

Good to have in the shop

4

I use this product for filling and fairing. It goes on smooth and cures quickly. Can be sanded the same day it is applied. The cured epoxy is very hard and strong, however sanding is more difficult than common boat building epoxy. So close attention to getting a smooth initial application is helpful. Can be easily mixed in small batches. One component is blue, the other is white. The colors mix to a light blue, which is very helpful to indicate the components are well mixed. I keep the batches sized for the immediate task, mixing additional batches as needed.

BRENTS

NEWARK, DE

shrinks really bad at least 50 percent

3

I used this product to fair a steel keel. I would not say it was totally bad and finished out very nicely. But took three applications to fair out smoothly due to shrinking

ursaltydog

Murrells Inlet, S.C.

No

great protection

5

Ive used this product on sailboat keels for over 15 years and highly recommend for underwater protection

ursaltydog

Murrells Inlet, S.C.

Yes

First time using Epoxy filler

5

I found the product to be very easy to mix and apply. I suggest wearing disposable plastic gloves as working upside down can get messy. The product did not set too fast but then again was able to be sanded in just a few hours. I have not put the baot in the water yet but feel confident this product will hold up as it is very tough stuff once it completely dries.

BRUCEK

ALPHARETTA, GA

Yes

Repair/build, almost anything.

5

It's great to fix holes, and imperfections in whatever your working on. Great for a skim coat before painting. Repair cracks in water jackets, manifolds, anything that leaks. Frozen, busted engine parts. Loose bolt holes. Any loose fit, fills gaps well. Sticks to anything, and paint sticks to it well, great for a primer skim coat on bottom of boat, makes it strong, and water tight. Fills in holes, mistakes. etc..It costs a lot, but you won't be sorry.

Brother Freight

Maryville Tn.

Yes

I love this stuff; its great!

5

I have used this product for blister repairs to the bottom prior to new bottom paint as well as bottom scrapes and dock abrasions not to mention gell coat repairs and wood hatch slide cracks and items too numberous to mention. Beats the the heck outof bonso and many other products that I have tried. This is a good structural strength product. I have been a certified aircraft mechanic for over 50 years and now I work on my sail boats.

Don

Panama City, Fl

Yes

good stuff

5

I mixed this is very small batches and used to fill scratches and chips on the bottom of my j-24. Easy to work with. Gets very hard after a few days, so be careful not to apply too much or wait too long to shape. Overall I am very satisfied

Osprey J24

Blue Point NY

Yes

Good stuff - I've used it before

5

I've used this product to fair my keel, around my thru hulls, and to fill the "smile" between the keel and the keel stub. It takes some elbow grease to sand it down fair. It's best to apply it smoothly in the first place.Watertite dries quickly, holds well to properly prepared surfaces, and lasts well. Sabre Yachts used it on my original boat, and I continue to use it for repairs.

Al the boat guy

New England

Yes

Interlux Watertite Epoxy Filler

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