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How to repair fiberglass in your rv

How to repair fiberglass in your rv. In this video I’ll walk you through the steps it takes to repair damage in your fiberglass on your rv or boat.

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Amazon links to products i use:

U-Pol 2892 High Solids Urethane (4.4 VOC) High Solids Spot Repair Urethane Clearcoat Kit

Mirka Abrasives Mirlon Total 4.5″ X 9″ Scuff Pads, Ultra Fine (1500 Grit)

Evercoat 125 Rage Ultra Body Filler – 0.8 Gallon
by Evercoat

Fibre Glass-Evercoat Co 100911 Fiberglass Cloth – 6 oz.

Bondo Fiberglass Resin, Stage 2, For Repairing, Resurfacing, or Rebuilding Metal, Wood, Fiberglass or Masonry, 115 US Fl oz with 1.48 Fl oz Hardener
by 3M

Be sure to check out my other how to videos on paint and body repair.

how to use body filler to repair a dent

How to repair and paint your bumper

How to remove fisheyes from your paint job!

How to save a bad paint job

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  1. Question because I couldn't see in the video,the pieces that were still attached but pushed in did you leave it that way or did you remove them

  2. Me and my Fiancé bought a 2002 Damon Challenger 348 with 30K miles, earlier this year. We gutted the entire rig and found a few leaks throughout. The passenger mirror was leaking and the awning began to punch a small hole in our fiberglass near the upper trim. Up until now, repairing these issues was a job we’ve been tip-toeing around! I don’t know why it took me so long to find your video, but all I can say is THANK YOU! Other videos just didn’t give us what we needed to in order to do this job with confidence. We’ll be tackling this job this week!

  3. Would this repair work on an rv shower pan?

  4. Hi, we just had a bit of an accident with our Prolite trailer. There's a hole about 10 inches long, 3 inches wide and it's right through to the styrofoam. There wasn't much there, as it's an ultralight trailer, but it looks like the layers are Styrofoam, really thin plywood, fiberglass and then a gel coat. My question is, can I just fiberglass up the hole? How would you repair a hole like this?

  5. Perfectionist – necessary to make it look right

  6. Overall good job looks factory

  7. Automotive fiberglass sheets are better

  8. You stopped before the painting process. I wanted to see how you match the paint color and finish. I have a brand new rv that is gel coated and has tiny hole in cap from a hail storm. I am extremely concerned about the dealership repair…trusting how it will look in the end. Any suggestions? Thanks for the video, by the way!

  9. This guide helped in a pinch. Thanks for the help!

  10. So is the RV painted originally, or gelcoated?
    Is the resin you use epoxy or polyester based?

  11. Been apprenticing in a bodyshop and the main body guy doesnt explain things too well. You did everything he does and actually explained it very clearly! Many thanks.

  12. Man, I feel pretty confident that I can do that myself now, awesome!

  13. Please mention that before anyone who is new to sanding fiberglass that they do what you did and wear preferably a respirator. Not good for lungs to breath in the dust. Also goggles and a long sleeve shirt is good too. Fiberglass is nasty to get in not only skin but mucus membranes and cause tissue damage to lungs.
    A newbie would not necessarily know this even though you show yourself(or whomever) protected in video, you say nothing about it to the viewers. Not everyone would know this
    Other than that, thanks for the demo.

  14. Love that attention to detail

  15. Awesome…you wanna drive over to queen creek arizona to do a small job? J/K

  16. What kind of filler you used

  17. How long do you let the resin/fiberglass and the filler dry between coats?

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