Hi All! I managed to ding the rail of my boart recently and was looking for a little help on the best way to repair it. The first thing I did was stuff it full of wax so I could keep riding that day, but I've since removed that patch for a more permanent fix. My experience of repairing dings is from years ago when I would just stuff suncure in it and barely sand it, leaving something ugly but sort of functional. To do a better job this time, I was planning to get a ding all repair kit and follow their instructions in the video below. My main questions are should I mix cut up fiberglass cloth into the resin, or would it be ok without for something this small? Does a repair like this need to be covered with fiberglass, or would it be ok with just the resin? Does it need q-cel, or am I over thinking it and suncure from the choob would actually be fine? I'm not really concerned with color matching, but any suggestions on that as well? Any thoughts or advice would be greatly appreciated. In hindsight, I should have practiced repairs on my old beat to crap boards before donating them.