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MagicEzy HAIRLINE FIX Demonstration – How to repair stress cracks in fiberglass boats

G’day. If its reeling in a Great White or pushing a croc off the deck, it’s easy to get a hairline fracture on your boat. And it’s just as easy to fix with MagicEzy Hairline Fix. So here’s what you’ll need… MagicEzy Hairline Fix, a cup of soapy water, a cup of clean water, a fine sewing needle and some tissues. Let’s get started! So grab the needle and lightly scrape any dirt, grime and mold out of the crack. Grab your cup of soapy water, flush out the crack then rinse with clean water. Make sure you let the area completely dry. Get a bit of wrist action going and shake the tube vigorously for about 2 minutes to mix up the ingredients. Then grab a tissue and wipe the sweat from your brow. Now only apply one drop to the crack. Don’t go squeezing the whole tube in there to fill it up. Then turn the tube the opposite way and use the level scraper to rapidly wipe the Hairline Fix into the crack. As soon as it feels tacky, immediately wipe the level scraper with a tissue. Then, scrape away any surplus MagicEzy from the repair. And repeat this, until it’s all smooth and clean. Now all you need to do, is wait 2 hours before applying another coat. Now depending on the depth of the crack, you may need to add up to four coats. Now if the temperature drops below 20 degrees Celsius or 70 degrees Fahrenheit, You need to take a blow dryer to the area for a minimum of 2 minutes after each coat. And that’s it! You now have a long lasting, durable repair, guaranteed for 3 years by MagicEzy. Does that all seem too easy? That’s because it is! You can always go and start a chain saw or a whipper snipper to make the job sound like it was a lot harder than it was!

One thought on “MagicEzy HAIRLINE FIX Demonstration – How to repair stress cracks in fiberglass boats

  1. OK, I thought this products was a joke at first, get it old guy and "hairline fix".  Well we have that straightened out.. But a whipper sniper? LOL.  Is that really what a line cutter is called in Australia?

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