Provides all the technical information needed for the repair of boats, car bodies, snowmobiles and other fiberglass reinforced structuresOn each end of the crack enlarge the width of the gouge to produce a rounded area, which will relieve subsequent end strain. 2. Sand the area next to the gouge with fine sandpaper (150 grit). 3. Prepare a putty of fiberglass and gel coat .
|Author||:||Paul J. Petrick|
|Publisher||:||Cornell Maritime Pr/Tidewater Pub - 1976|