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Fiberglass repair #7642441 10/26/19 01:28 AM
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Had a fiberglass T box blow over and split the fiberglass under a window. Is there anybody around that repairs them?

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I repaired mine while it was 10 feet in the air. It pretty basic as long as you can work a paint brush and glue.


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Easy job, get some fiberglass cloth to cover the cracked area and a can of resin and hardner. Find that at an auto supply house. I get mine a ta the auto paint supply. Sand the messed up area, cut some cloth to cover the area, mix resin according to instructions and apply. I wear gloves, soak the cloth and apply the cloth to the area. Paint after it has cure for a few days.


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