I would have my doubts as to how well it would adhere to the kayak. If it is a polyetheylene yak I really doubt it. Poly yaks are easy to repair if needed. Scrapes just give it personality. Unless they are very deep, don't sweat it. If they are deep they can more than likely be fixed. It is not very hard.
I think there are some folks spraying it on the keel line on fiberglass sea kayaks. The reports I read said that it only added about a lb & had no significant inpact on speed of the boat. I thought about doing it to my boat, but like ROLO, I was afraid that it wouldn't stick to poly.
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