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    Waveblaster hull repair

    FOLKS---1995 WAVEBLASTER --prior owner ran ashore a few times and "sanded" the white paint off bottom. There are also a few dings I would like to repair. I understand hull material is either fiberglass or a plastic resin? What is a 1995 Yamaha Waveblaster hull made of? Knowing what material hull is made of, What repair material would be best to fill in the scrapes and then paint bottom the bottom white with? Thanks!


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    should be fiberglass. use a poly fill short strand resin bondo. its basically bondo with fiberglass in it. and redo the entire bottom in gel coat. will look 110% if you take your time.

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    should be fiberglass. use a poly fill short strand resin bondo. its basically bondo with fiberglass in it. and redo the entire bottom in gel coat. will look 110% if you take your time.
    home depot sells fiber glass resin w/hardner--this good enough? gel coat paint I assume I get from marine supply store? come in white? thanks

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