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Doral Dude
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Posted: November 12 2010 at 21:18 | IP Logged Quote Doral Dude

While trailering, a passing 18 wheeler blew a retread that hit the side of my Monticello leaving swirling scratches and nicks in the hull. They aren't very deep but are unsightly. Tried buffing them out but not too successful. Doral would supply a litre of gelcoat for $25 plus $125 hasmat shipping charge, far more than I need plus too expensive.

Anyone have an idea as to how best smooth things out? I'm not fond of Scratch Coat as it doesn't hold that well.

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DREAM BIG
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Posted: November 15 2010 at 11:47 | IP Logged Quote DREAM BIG

You might wish to approach your local marina or Boat outfitter who MAY be able to simply give you a small bottle of gelcoat for 'touch up' uses.  It may save you the phenominal hazmat charge.  Tim

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