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Old 12-07-2018, 10:47 AM   #15
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Spray on urethane is open cell, meaning it can absorb water unless covered with a sealant. At least the products used by contractors we hired.
The company used a Closed Cell Polyurethane product. It drys to a light cream color and is sealed. I did spray black paint on the underside of the wet bay tub because the color stood out.

Here: http://www.fencilurethane.com/
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Food for thought when dealing with the sewer hose and it's that cold, it's likely to split and be very difficult to handle that cold. I'd follow the campground rules and leave it connected.
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