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Old 12-07-2012, 11:31 AM   #29
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I plunged a hole in the bottom of a plastic bucket with goop. I think all the different advertised tubes of goop are the same formula. Goop is amazing.
Darwin, I have wondered the same thing. My guess is that there may be one or two adatives that differentiate one from the next. The Marine version claims to be uv resistant, so there is probably a uv adative in that one, for example. Goop seems to do well anywhere with the exception of repairs involving moderate or greater heat. Heat seems to make it break down and become goey.

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