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TotalBoat Polyester Structural Repair Putty
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TotalBoat Polyester Structural Repair Putty
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TotalBoat Polyester Structural Repair Putty Customer Questions and Answers

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Will this work to repair bow damage at the keel transition? Damage is from loading on the trailer and hitting the frame.

Asked on 01/13/2021 by Charles from MS

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It's hard to say without seeing the damage but it could be used for that application. If the damage is deep you may have to repair with fiberglass and resin. You can send pictures to info@jamestowndistributors.com

Answered on 01/14/2021 by Paul
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Can this product be used to fill a 1-inch hole in transom without further sealing? What is the color of the cured product? Will the product separate from substrate if there is minimal expansion/contraction? Thanks.

Asked on 05/25/2020 by El from NY

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If you use the Structural repair putty you will need to seal it with something like gelcoat with wax over the top, the putty doesn't contain wax so it won't fully harden. The color is an off white. If the substrate expands and contracts it could separate.

Answered on 06/02/2020 by Richard
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How does this product work on the over head? How think can one apply that will not sag?

Asked on 11/25/2019 by Sam from NC

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Your best bet to avoid sagging is to apply in a warm dry environment that encourages rapid curing. Applying the putty in thin layers will also help prevent sagging.

Answered on 12/20/2019 by Paul
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I'm using this to fill a large gash in the bow lip of my boat before fiberglassing (providing a solid base). Can this be applied to shape then sanded?

Asked on 07/30/2019 by BWCody from Birmingham, AL

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Yes once hard it can be shaped and sanded.

Answered on 08/07/2019 by Richard
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