Video: How to Easily Repair Fiberglass at Home

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Learn how to properly repair broken fiberglass on a car, boat or any other project that is made of the stuff. The subject is the Classic Motorsports 1962 Elva Mk VI project car. You can do this at home–easily. Presented by CRC Industries.

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David S. Wallens
David S. Wallens Editorial Director
5/22/20 2:04 p.m.

Makes me want to repair some fiberglass. 

DeadSkunk  (Warren)
DeadSkunk (Warren) PowerDork
5/22/20 3:28 p.m.
David S. Wallens said:

Makes me want to repair some fiberglass. 

Make me a set of four fender flares to fit a TE27 Corolla. 6" wide , please.

David S. Wallens
David S. Wallens Editorial Director
5/22/20 3:56 p.m.
DeadSkunk (Warren) said:
David S. Wallens said:

Makes me want to repair some fiberglass. 

Make me a set of four fender flares to fit a TE27 Corolla. 6" wide , please.

Box flares, I assume? 

DeadSkunk  (Warren)
DeadSkunk (Warren) PowerDork
5/22/20 6:41 p.m.

In reply to David S. Wallens :

Actually, a set similar to the Mk I Ford Escort "bubble flares" would be ideal. But, feel free to make whatever your heart desires.

 

 

buzzboy
buzzboy Dork
5/22/20 9:41 p.m.

Fiberglass repair is my dayjob, but very different techniques than this. If your surfboard's broken, come on by.

christinaylam (Forum Supporter)
christinaylam (Forum Supporter) New Reader
5/24/20 6:57 p.m.

This is a great skill to learn. Handy for track side repairs which may mean the difference between racing or packing up and heading home. My E36 got tagged during a NASA Championship race but a trip to HD and a fiberglass repair kit enabled us to have it fixed up for the big race the next day. Finished on the podium after a long night of work on the car. 

Don49 (Forum Supporter)
Don49 (Forum Supporter) Dork
5/24/20 8:46 p.m.

For track side repairs fiberglass resin gel is your friend. It works well on vertical surfaces (won't sag and drip).

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