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Old 08-29-2013, 02:30 PM
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Originally Posted by gimmemoedmb View Post
Thanks guys. I did repair some small nicks from a previous owner with the spectrum gel and it turned out real nice. I have some left over so maybe I'll at least get one layer on it to use it this weekend. Being that it was just in the water last night, is the fiberglass dry enough to do the repair today or should I let it dry out longer? I put a fan on it this morning to help speed up the dry time.
Clean with acetone.. should be dry... there's some good vids on youtube. just be patient and make the repair are as small as possible. I had a gash in the bottom of mine - trailer too deep - doh! Here's the after...I did not ever want to see the gouge again...

I see a bit of glass scraped away... you may want to add a bit of glass filler.
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