So I picked up this Old Town this past winter for what seemed like a good deal from a seller in Cape Cod. After helping a friend do a full restoration on a 1930s Otca in much worse shape, this boat seemed like it would be much easier to get back out on the water. I'm not planning on doing a complete showroom floor restoration, just want to address the main problems; a couple holes in planking, whatever's hiding under this fiberglass patch, re-canvas (dacron perhaps?) and be done with it. It appears that this canoe has encountered a decent amount of salt-water in its previous life and has case of the fastener disease. Luckily the tacks are sound, I've been pushing pretty hard on the planking and no tack-heads are popping off. So hopefully it's just a cosmetic issue and a good dose of oxalic acid and/or additional products after stripping will help on that front. Any suggestions here? Would the snappy teak-nu help? Wish me luck!