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Spider Cracks take a lot of time and patience to repair but are not that difficult.

First you'll need a dremel with a "V" cutter on it. Follow the crack from the start to the finish with your dremel and cut down into the gel ocat like you were removing grout on tile. Once finished and cleaned out use a filler (again like grout) fill the hole and let dry.

The tricky part is matching the gel coat and it is helpful if you use someone like Eastpointe Fiberglass Sales on 9 Mile near Kelly. They have all the materials you need and will even answer your questions when they come up.

Eastpointe Fiberglass Sales 18625 9 Mile Eastpointe 773-4237 [email protected] ask for Mark
 
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