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Old 05-13-2013
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Re: 3M Marine High Strength Repair Filler

Wow, you are right. The label on the can reads "Fiberglass Resin" and, upon checking the ingredients, I see polyester resin. Thanks for the education. I need to learn to read ingredients more closely before shooting off my mouth.

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Re: 3M Marine High Strength Repair Filler

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Yes, 3M makes good products, but I can't see filling a 3 inch by 5 inch hole without using some glass if you expect there to be any strength. I once upon a time filled holes about that size with bondo on a fender and it did not last long! Perhaps a screw hole, but not a big opening like 3X5. I think one good kick and it will pop out or at least crack.
Missed that bit.

Definitely can't fill a big hole with filler.
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Re: 3M Marine High Strength Repair Filler

google Wet Dry 700 - it is a kevlar - feldspar reinforced epoxy paste that can even be applied underwater. (has saved a number of sinking boats and leaking swimming pools)
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