After the area around the leaky rivets is cleaned and well scuffed, heat the area with a propane torch to drive off moisture and warm the metal. To first identify the source of leakage, dry the interior of the boat and place the boat on the water.
Complete heating and filling each rivet or seam section before moving on to the next to avoid too much heat loss.
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The heat initially thins the epoxy, allowing it to seep into the smallest crevice, and then speeds the gel time. Be sure to place many people around the boat at the stern mid ship and at the bow to detect water coming in.
If your aluminium boat has a dent in it can be repaired by banging the damaged area with a hammer. Rubber mats can be purchased for the bottom of the boat to absorb noise and seat cushions can be added for extra comfort and noise reduction.
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To reduce the possibility of destruction or distortion, I tilted the boat and only filled one end at a time since filling the boat up entirely might have done more damage to the seams. Heat  the repair area with a propane torch (a heat gun will work) up to 180–220°F to dry out the repair area.

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