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Old 08-30-2013, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by gimmemoedmb View Post
I really am surprised it wasn't worse. Which fiberglass resin is best to use? I would love to just use the the spectrum patch kit because it would be easiest, but I do feel like I should fill in the fiberglass a bit first. Does the fiberglass resin seal it so I would be able to use it this weekend? Then I could finish with the spectrum later? Turns out my old spectrum patch is dried up so I will need to order more anyway.
No problem with the fiberglass repair as a temporary measure. Be sure to put on enough to cover any damage but you don't need to overlap the edges by much. Simple to grind out at the end of the season and do a proper gel repair. First time doing gel work needs to be a slow process. Once you get then hang of it, you can do quick repairs without a problem.
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