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Repairing Fiberglass Metal Flake Scratches In Hull

Thread in 'Boat Chat' started by David Ervin, Jul 30, 2015.

  1. David Ervin

    David Ervin New Member

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    What is a method of repairing scratches in metal flake fiberglass hull, deep and light ones.
    Thanks, Dave
     
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    I had to take mine to a painter.
     
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    Easy way I took mine to a fiberglass boat repair shop. Can't tell where it was repaired. Looks just the way it was new.
     
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    Is it costly? Mine are from wood and concrete dock on windy day?
    Dave
     
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    I am not sure what it cost. Mine was done under warranty.
     
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    A yahoo backed his truck into mine and his insurance paid, I think it was around 1800$.
     
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    I have a bucket of tin. Get out the soldering iron(just kidding) I would like to find out where I can get replacement raised "Tracker decals" Great Lakes Skipper was a bust. Why couldn't Tracker just use flat decals instead of the raised foam ones.
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