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Old 06-08-2008, 05:10 PM   #1
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Gelcoat shower chip / crack


I'm looking for some advice on filling in these chips / cracks and making them relatively inconspicuous. I've tried researching gelcoat repair on the internet, but everything I can find is boating related.

Should I go with a boating product, or Elmer's fiberglass tub & tile, or bondo & paint, or something else altogether?

Thanks in advance...
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Go with what the Tub manufacturer's Website tells you to. Personally, due to Gelcoat tubs wear easier then Acrylic/Fiberglass, I would go with the Manufacturer solution.

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