Fiberglass Repair Kits

When repairing anything that is made fully or partially of fiberglass you need to have the necessary repair kits on hand. Without these it would be impossible for you to patch them over and cover up the hole that was created. Below we have listed the more common fiberglass repair kits that are on the market, what they contain, and how they are able to help make the repair easier for you.

Fiberglass Evercoat Polyester Repair Kits

This is a type of all in on repair kit that helps to fix dents, scrapes, holes, and any other type of damage that has been caused to this material. It contains resin, hardener, and the necessary tools that will help you to repair the problem quickly and efficiently.

With this particular kit on hand you will be able to repair anything easily and quickly. It is designed to help strengthen and rebuild the broken area so much that it will not require any professional repair. You can use it on smaller lay up jobs or to help replace missing fiberglass panels.

This fiberglass repair kit comes available in two different sizes. The first is the 8 ounces of polyester resin with hardener, 3 square feet of cloth, a mixing stick, plastic spreader, and the mixing tray. The other comes with 1 quart of polyester resin with hardener, 1 square yard of fiberglass amt, 3” x 5” fiberglass cloth, a mixing stick, plastic spreader, and a mixing tray. This costs between $20 to $40.

Bondo Fiberglass Repair Kit

This type of fiberglass repair kit from Bondo is used to repair any damage on cars, trucks, boats, farm equipment, and campers. It comes with half a pint of fiberglass resin, liquid hardener, fiberglass cloth, a plastic spreader, and a mixing tray. It costs between $20 to $30.

US Chem & Plastic Fiberglass Repair Kit

This is a complete fiberglass repair kit that will give you everything that you would need in order to totally repair metal, fiberglass, wood, and masonry. It comes with 8 ounces of fiberglass resin, ½ ounce of liquid hardener, 3 square feet of fiberglass cloth, a plastic spreader, a mixing stick, and a mixing tray. It costs between $15 to $20.