How do I repair a gouge in the finish of a fiberglass tub?

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27 Responses to “How do I repair a gouge in the finish of a fiberglass tub?”

  • ever1wolf:

    If you aren’t stressing over the fact that the filling of the gouge won’t exactly match, You might try an epoxy resin. Often it can be found in most home stores,,,
    IE:HD/LOWES and even comes in a tube that has two barrels but mixes on exiting the plunger/syringe.
    It is clear, but may yellow a bit when cured?

    Bondo would work, but be even more evident in its color.

    There are also fiberglas kits you might purchase in an auto parts store and use only the resin mix without the fiberglas matting.

    Rev. Steven

  • decordiva:

    You may be able to use a product called "Bondo". It’s used in auto body work on fiberglass parts. But, I’m not an expert so please don’t take my word – it’s just an idea.
    Have you tried contacting the manufacturer or calling a company that installs the type of tub you have? They should be willing to give you information.

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