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6 Steps to Fix Chips and Cracks in Ceramic or Granite Tiles

6 Steps to Fix Chips and Cracks in Ceramic or Granite Tiles

Most homes have tile damage and most homeowners think that when cracks or chips appear the only way to fix the damage is to replace the tile.  The truth is, there is an easy way to repair hairline cracks, deep cracks, chips, and gouges in all types of tiles including...

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DIY Fiberglass Boat Repair

DIY Fiberglass Boat Repair

  Chips and scrapes provide an ugly look on your boat. Aside from that, it can also be a start for bigger damage. So how do you repair these ugly chips and scrapes on your boat? If you have a fiberglass boat, how do you a fiberglass boat repair?    ...

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Repairing cracks in non-slip areas

Repairing cracks in non-slip areas

How To Use Gelcoat Repair On Cracks In Non-Slip Areas Repairing hairline cracks on non-slip or non-skid areas can be tricky. A do-it-yourself repair like sanding or grinding can lose the texture quality of the area making it unsafe to use. Furthermore, color matching...

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Priming plastic or aluminum

Priming plastic or aluminum

The Best Fiberglass Repair Kit To Fix Plastic And Aluminum Scratches Boat’s or jet ski’s plastic or aluminum parts can get easily scratched or chipped especially if used often. These kinds of damages provide a nasty look on boats and jet skis. Scratches and chips can...

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Large chip repairs

Large chip repairs

Do-It-Yourself large chip repair One of the hardest damages to fix and color are large chips and gouges in fiberglass. It requires professional skills and special equipment to fix these. But with MagicEzy products, you don’t need training or special tutorial video to...

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How to repair small chips

How to repair small chips

Do-It-Yourself Fiberglass Boat Repair Do you have chips, cracks, and scratches on your fiberglass boat? Have you been putting off the fiberglass boat repair due to time and effort involved or the cost of hiring a professional? Fiberglass boat repair can be expensive...

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Jet ski repairs

Jet ski repairs

Do-It-Yourself Fiberglass Repair on Jet Ski Hull Damage to the hull on a personal watercraft (or jet ski) is a common occurrence for many people. Here is a handy guide to help jet ski owners easily perform DIY repairs. Even the most cautious rider can easily scrape or...

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A guide to DIY boat Winterization

A guide to DIY boat Winterization

As the sun sets on another boating season, it is time to think about preparing your boat for her time out of the water during the cooler months.  Boat Winterization is not the most enjoyable task, however it is a necessity that could save you thousands in repairs if...

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How to wax your fiberglass boat

How to wax your fiberglass boat

Waxing your boat regularly will protect the gelcoat surface by helping to prevent fading and chalking caused by the sun. It will also act as a barrier that is resistant to dirt and stains.  You should be able to obtain a quality boat wax or a complete DIY boat...

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How to paint the topside of your boat

How to paint the topside of your boat

Effective tips on how to paint the topside of your boat to make it look like new Due to the harsh and sometimes extreme nature of marine environments, boats will usually require a recoat of topside paint approximately every 5 years.  There are many different types of...

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DIY application of bottom paint to your boat

DIY application of bottom paint to your boat

Whether you have a super high performance racing yacht or a modest fishing boat, chances are you are going to have to apply an antifouling coating to the bottom of the boat at some stage. This is especially true for those boats that are moored or spend considerable...

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How to repair gelcoat chips, scrapes & gouges yourself

How to repair gelcoat chips, scrapes & gouges yourself

If you notice any chips, scrapes or gouges in the gelcoat exterior of your boat, it is important to fix the damage asap, especially if the damage exposes the fiberglass matting underneath. This sort of damage can allow moisture to penetrate into the boat’s layup and...

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Vinyl Lettering and Pin Striping Repairs

Vinyl Lettering and Pin Striping Repairs

Due to sunlight, overused, and other factors, the vinyl lettering on your boat can peel, chip, and fade among other things. And you might think that replacing the lettering is all you have as an option. But wait, now there is no need to replace brittle, peeling...

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How to color match a repair

How to color match a repair

Most boat owners who have ever tried to repair fiberglass on their boat will know that color-matching is a major challenge. When performing touch-ups on fiberglass boats, many people believe that they need to have the perfect color tone. Well, good news for DIY...

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Repairing Hairline Cracks

Repairing Hairline Cracks

Ever wondered what causes those annoying fine cracks in gelcoat? And more importantly how do you make them go away? Read on to find out about an easy solution to this age old problem. What causes gelcoat cracks? Hairline cracks, stress cracks or spider cracks (star...

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MagicEzy vs Fiberglass Repair Kits

MagicEzy vs Fiberglass Repair Kits

A look at how MagicEzy 9 Second Chip Fix compares with Fiberglass Repair Kits. Most Fiberglass Repair Kits consist of a fiberglass matting, an epoxy resin and a hardener. As you probably know, working with fiberglass can be hazardous. And working with epoxy resins...

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