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Old 01-29-2003, 06:15 PM
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hey Jon the boat I was talking about had blisters real bad, they wanted to strip it to seal the glass then re gel it, but like you said 90% of repairs don't need to go that far
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Ya if you have blisters you have to go all the way down with it. That can be a HUGE project and depends on how bad the blisters are. Some times you have to go into the glass and then replace some.

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