Kayak Hull Protector

Jorge was super excited to send us his project idea. He tells us that “for years I’ve been trying to find a solution trying to protect all my Hobies (Outback 2013, Outback 2014 and finally now… my brand new Hobie Outback 2015” and InstaMorph was able to help him solve this once and for all.

After spending “countless hours doing research” on readily avaialble solutions, Jorge instead used InstaMorph and our colored pigment packs to make customized rub rails for the bottom of his kayak’s hulls. He calculated that the total cost for both pieces was less than $5. Wow!

“I’m really happy with it and will protect my new Outback when loading/unloading the kayak to/from my truck roof rack and launching/arriving to the boat ramp (concrete).”

Pro Tip: Jorge used matte scotch tape placed on the hull (see phote) to prevent the InstaMorph plastic from adhering to shape roller, kayak, and everything else while working on this project. Great idea!

He also notes that “BTW you can make this in whatever color you’d like.” We like the sound of that Jorge, and is definitely a nice endorsement of the flexibility of the InstaMorph pigment pack.

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