Using Professional Gelcoat Repairs Without A Mess
Advanced Boat hull repair
Excellent For 2014 – A fiberglass Repair Instructional. A how-to boat repair video to help those who want professional gelcoat spot repair or minor fiberglass repairs. Why waste money on a gelcoat repair course? That may only steer you in the wrong direction, for just a few dollars you can learn more technical information and the best method for a 5 star repair using my easy to follow system. Learn premier, boat hull repair techniques with the correct materials to use that can only be found in this video, avoid auto bondo’s, styrenes, wax additives or patch boosters. Have more gloss for a premium blend. Learn how to master flawless, gelcoat repair on your boat including, fiberglass repair to last. Use the same knowledge, same mix and same materials for a complete over-all refinish by using a regular automotive spray gun instead of a preval sprayer. Everything you need to know to accomplish first class, gelcoat repair and fiberglass repair with no disasters or complications in just 1/2 hour, easy for anyone also excellent for fiberglass specialist using older techniques ready to change systems. Technical support for any fiberglass repair projects including fabrications at any time!
12 hours of gelcoat repair and fiberglass repair with years of experience summed up in just 32 minutes and 38 sec. Easy to understand, boat repair in full detail with different types of gelcoat repair methods.
Learn how to spray gelcoat using a preval sprayer or use an automotive spray gun.
Reference manual attached to the front cover highly detailed-12 page with pictures and full text to help guide you through spraying gelcoat over your scratches, chips, air voids or fiberglass repair. Use the material list inside the manual and bring it with you when purchasing the materials.
Tint guide included to help get you tinting gelcoat with confidence in no time.
Advance your knowledge and utilize the instructional by reading information on the tips page of this website for major boat hull repairs, or complete refinishing tips along with other important fiberglass and gelcoat repair information not described in the instructional. To fully understand fiberglass and gelcoat repair would take hours even days watching video, by following the Instructional carefully and reading the tips page takes away any guess work for all types of repair.
I know this trade inside out upside down and back to front with that said: I have helped hundreds of individuals become experts almost instantly with this fiberglass repair instructional, including boat manufacturers changing over to my system, so why not learn how simple it is to do your own first class gelcoat repairs? In my video you will learn the best products to use for any fiberglass repair project. Learn gelcoat repair and be amazed of your boat hull repair accomplishments. You can get started today! I am John Gabriel, owner of Harrison Fiberglass Co. located in Harrison Twp. Michigan for over 20 years now relocated to Cape Coral, Florida. Having nearly 30 years of boat repair experience working with fiberglass repair and gelcoat refinishing on a day to day basis, I have mastered the best gelcoat repair and fiberglass repair techniques available today. I specialize in fiberglass repair, gelcoat repair, reconstruction, custom hard tops, full enclosures and over-all gelcoat refinishing for an elite clientele. I have created this how-to boat repair video for people like you. My video holds an incredible amount of information in just 32 minutes and 38 seconds
Whether you are tackling your own fiberglass repair or want to earn money with confidence, even learn new skills. Using this fiberglass repair and gelcoat repair instructional video you can surprise the most professional boat repair outfits in your area. This boat repair video has every tip you need for smooth, fiberglass repair and gelcoat repair. There are two separate materials and tools list for both gelcoat and fiberglass repair. It also includes gelcoat tinting instructions with the most common tints for a specific white, using professional gelcoat tints from your local fiberglass supplier as shown in color photos, it will have you tinting with confidence in no time.