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Subject: Re: Gelcoat color


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Paul Whitehead
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Date Posted: 13:42:58 16/06/2006 Fri
In reply to: Hallgeir Aronsen 's message, "Gelcoat color" on 08:46:19 10/06/2006 Sat

I have a Seamaster 8m 1975 which would probably have had the same gelcoat as your 925. Recently used ordinary Loctite Plastic Padding gelcoat to repair some skin damage. Was amazed at how close to the original shade (which is not a bright white) this is, and delighted at how it sticks! Do not over apply as it takes for ever to rub down with fine grade "wet or dry". Using more abrasive methods could damage surrounding skin.

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