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      Abbreviated rules   07/28/2017

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  1. Refinishing a very ugly aluminum mast

    you want to use an aluminum moisture cured urethane (which you can topcoat - at least some brands) - these include, Aluthane, POR 15, Rust bullet
  2. VC performance epoxy crazing

    I am in the epoxy business since 1990s - progressive epoxy polymers inc - sounds like the vc is just poorly formulated and not a good product.
  3. Bottom of keel repair on a Catalina 30

    use (google) wet dry 700 epoxy - it is a kevlar and ceramic reinforced epoxy paste (about as thick as joint compound) used for structural repairs - even underwater. Carried on boats for emergency repairs at sea (disclosure - I do have a commercial interest in this product)
  4. Rust patch on iron keel

    I would recommend using a kevlar reinforced epoxy paint (which an be applied underwater for mid season touch up) - this and similar epoxies were the hero in the book Escape from Hermit Island - were a sunken yacht was fiberglassed repaired when sunk in 12 feet of water and the raised and sailed 400 miles to port.