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Welcome to Knot Wet LLC.  We are a mobile Marine Restoration Service, specializing in the repair of low to high moisture levels in Stringers, Bulk Heads, Transoms, etc.  Moisture affects the safety and value of all vessels, large and small.  We restore these areas in a matter of weeks to bring back the value and safety to your vessel. We are very well respected in the marine industry.  Our sister company (Lakeshore Yacht Sales) is BBB […]

Day 1 36′ Carver Mariner Side Decks

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        We are in the beginning stages of drying out the side decks of this 36′ Carver Mariner.  Moisture readings varied between 11% and 30+%.  There are several soft spots when walking on the side decks.

33′ Sea Ray Stringer Repair Week 1

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These are the results after 1 week of high pressure drying.

33 Sea Ray Stringer Repair Day 1

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These are the initial moisture readings of the inboard stringers.

Finished Stringer Repair

Inboard Stringers

This is the finished repair.  We have dried these stringers to < 5% moisture and infused them with a two part epoxy system.  We finished the repair by sanding and painting the area after the epoxy had been infused and allowed cure time.  We also determined where the source of water intrusion was coming from and sealed that area.  With proper cleaning and inspection these stringers will last for decades.  For more information please call […]

Continued Stringer Repair

Port Inside Aft Stinger

  Here is the Starboard & Port Inside stringers aft of the motor mounts.  Port sides initial moisture reading are between 14% and 22%.  Starboard’s moisture readings are between 18% and 23%. We have drilled several injection holes to a predetermined depth.  You can see the different color in the wood shavings. The darker shavings are wetter than the lighter colored shavings.  Once the injection holes have been drilled we insert our high pressure hose […]

Stringer & Transom Repair

32' Bayliner

These stringers are in the beginning stages of repair.  The port Stringer, forward of the engine mount had an initial moisture reading of 15%.  After, one week, 168 hours of intense pressure drying the stringer is reading 7% moisture. The Starboard stringer, forward of the engine mount had an initial moisture reading of 25%.  After, one week, 168 hours of intense pressure drying the stringer is reading 20% moisture.  For pictures of the process please […]