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Wet Dog Adventures Message Board › Maintenance of hatches - waterproofing

Maintenance of hatches - waterproofing

A former member
Post #: 5
I bought a used Kayak several months ago and after flipping the kayak several times, I have found that my hatches are not waterproof. So my stuff gets wet. I have a plastic boat. Someone suggested putting vaseline on the rubber sealing that the hatches fit over. Is that a good idea? Better suggestions?
Wes C
Saint Petersburg, FL
Post #: 19
Check to make sure your hatch isn't cracked all the way through. This link might give you some ideas. It's pretty funny to read as well. <http://www.jeepforum....­
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