NOTES:

  1. Zip Kicker is not necessary.
  2. Reinforcement is doubled by 'glassing both sides.
  3. Superglue becomes hot when squeegeeing into glass cloth.
  4. After final sanding a final coat of superglue will increase transparency and leave a smoother surface when final sanded.
  5. Cured repair may be polished to any level of gloss.
  6. Take care not to sand through the glass cloth, thus negating your reinforcement.

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071_materials.jpg
072_align_and_glue.jpg
align and glue
073_sand_joint_flat.jpg
sand joint flat
074_tape_glass_in_position.jpg
tape glass in position
075_drop_on_glue.jpg
drop on glue
077_squeegee_glue.jpg
squeegee glue
078_cut_dry_glass_away.jpg
cut dry glass away
079_wet_out_dry_ends.jpg
wet out dry ends
080_trim_edges.jpg
trim edges
081_sand_finished_repair.jpg
sand finished repair
082_finished_repair.jpg
finished repair