Permanently repair nicks, gouges and scratches in fiberglass hulls, decks, fiberglass pools and tubs. Blend coloring agents to achieve a match to almost any color. Repair material cures glass-hard in one hour.
DON'T THROW THIS KIT AWAY:
Most kits on the market are meant to be used once and thrown away. Simply because you can't seal other kits as well as ours. We put our products in high quality containers so you can use your kit and store it too use again later. Our containers help keep out dust and air making your kit last longer and stay fresh.
4 oz Premium Neutral Waxed Gelcoat (Most Kits Only Give You 1 oz)
MEK-P Hardener For Gelcoat
1 oz Talc Powder Filler (Thickens Gelcoat To Make Paste)
6 x .25 oz Coloring Agents In Easy To Open Containers (Black, White, Red, Yellow, Blue, and Brown)
Mixing Cups With Measurements Printed On The Cups For Accurate Measuring And No Waste
Mixing Paddles (Both Larger and Smaller)
Make sure damaged areas are clean and free of dirt, grease and wax, etc.
Enough Gel Coat should be added to a plastic mixing cup to make all repairs. One of the six basic colors may match the gel coat. If so, mix approximately 1 part pigment to 20 parts gel coat. The pigments can be intermixed to achieve various shades.
NOTE: There could be slight color differences.
TIP: Use the thickening powder to make a gel paste. The gel paste will help fill large areas without sagging. Apply a coat of NON Thickened gel coat after for best results.
After the color has been matched, take enough of the pigmented gel coat to fix a damaged area. Place it on a clean piece of cardboard and mix with several drops of liquid hardener.
NOTE: adding timid hardener will darken the color slightly Four drops of hardener in 1 teaspoon of gel paste will give approximately 15 minutes of working time before the material begins to "gel." Mix the liquid hardener thoroughly into the gel coat.
Apply catalyzed gel coat to the damaged area, working in into the area with a spatula or plastic spreader. Squeeze off the excess material.
This Gel Coat contains wax. Make sure that you sand each coat prior to adding any additional coats of gel coat.
Deep damaged areas may require several applications.
The repaired area should be sanded with 600 grit wet sandpaper. Then, the area should be buffed with a fine rubbing compound and waxed.