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Evercoat Marine Gelcoat Repair Kit


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  • $61.99

  • SKU: 839549

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Evercoat®, permanently repairs nicks, gouges, and scratches in fiberglass hulls and decks. Cures glass-hard in one hour! No sanding needed. Kit includes colors, polyester gel paste, hardener, release paper, mixing sticks, blending chart, and instructions.

  • Permanent repairs
  • Fix nicks, gouges and scratches in hulls and decks
  • Cures in one hour
Evercoat® Marine Gelcoat Repair Kit 4 5 3 3
evercoat gelcoat repair kit I was pleased with this kit. I had some gouges on the bottom of my flats boat due to a poorly placed, oyster covered rock. The repair was easy and quick. with a little practice I think you could make this a shop quality reapir. February 17, 2011
Great Stuff I used this stuff to repair gel coat that was gouged down to the fiberglass - about the size of a half dollar. I followed the very simple directions, and when I was done it was almost impossible to find the spot that had been gouged. I'd recommend it in a minute and wouldn't hesitate to buy more if needed. June 5, 2010
Not Complete Product The instructions say to use the enclosed solvent to excess residue...there was no solvent enclosed. The instructions say to use enclosed plastic mixing cup, there was no enclosed mixing cup. Again, the instrucions refer to using the enclosed solvent, which was not enclosed. Lastly, the instructions say to use 600 grit sand paper, the sand paper that was enclosed was 100 grit. Before you get started, make certain you have everything you need. May 29, 2006
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