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Sorry about the non-fishing post. Discovered about a dozen quarter sized blisters or bubbles on my keel (one of which is on the hull) when she was pulled last week. We will drill holes, drain, dry, and re-coat the spots. Doing the entire hull would be $3000 - $4000. Anyone ever encounter this? should I expect many more blisters next winter or will the patch job be sufficient for now?

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Boaters World now sells the system we use on our boat. We have done atleast a hundred blisters. They system works great and did not take a lot of sitting in the yard time. Grind out blister, let dry till you see no water, Put sealer and water remover on, patch, sand and paint sealcaot, then paint bottem. Works great for us. The system is a new way to do it. We did it 3 years ago and we did not get any blisters back in the original spots. Had a few pop up again in other spots but not bad at all.
 
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