Repair Hull Blisters

Repair Hull Blisters

  • Difficulty
    Easy

Introduction

Some fiberglass fillers can be tinted to a variety of colors. If you tint your filler, you can skip painting your repair in many circumstances. Do not run the brush accessory in excess of 15,000 rpm.   

You need
  • Cleaning cloth
  • Paint Thinner
  • Fiberglass Resin and Harden
  • Fiberglass Filler
  • No materials needed
L: Length, W: Width, H: Height, D: Diameter
Step 1 4

Step 1

Hull Blisters

Hull blisters are common on boats. With prompt attention they're not harmful.

Step 2 4

Step 2

Grind out the blister with a 124 high-speed cutter

Grind out the blister with a 124 high-speed cutter. Recommended speed: 15,000 rpm.

Step 3 4

Step 3

Clean the hole with 442 carbon steel brush and Wipe away dust with cloth

Clean the hole with the 442 carbon steel brush. Wipe away dust with a cloth dipped in paint thinner. Recommended speed: 15,000 rpm.

Step 4 4

Step 4

Fill hole with fiberglass filler and resin dry scuff and paint

Finally, fill the hole with fiberglass filler and resin. When dry, scuff the surface before painting.