Done. Just make sure that after you get your patches down, prep the surrounding area by tapeing off where you don't want your hotcoat to extend to, and sanding any smooth surfaces around the patch. Fair the edges of your patches while you're at it. Your hotcoat won't bond to a smooth, unsanded surface. When the hotcoat resin has gelled, pull the tape. Finish sand when fully cured.
Take pics and post them up as you go!
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Thread: Ding Repair Advice
Dec 30, 2011, 03:06 PM #11
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Wear blue surgical gloves and work in a well ventilated area.
Find a broken board or piece of a board and practice first.
1. Cut out to the farthest edge of the ding.Box cutter dremmel tool whatever.
2. Fill with qcell resin mix.
3. When dry, sand with 80 grin to smooth out.
3. lightly coat with resin then immediately go to step 4.
4. lay 2 layers of fiberglass on top of area over lapping existing glass.
5. using just your finger, work resin into the cloth making sure it is saturated.
5. sand smooth.
6. use finger to coat with resin.
7. wet sand with 600 grit.