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 exposes you to noxious fumes. Then there’s the preparation, the application and finishing processes.

When repairing chips with a Fiberglass Repair Kit you need to cut the fiberglass mat to shape and place it over the blemish. You then need to mix the resin with a hardener and  brush the solution on over the fiberglass mat. Next – wait 1 – 2 hours for it to dry.

Then – comes the finishing where you sand down the surface so it’s level.  What you’re left with is a flat surface but the challenge is, in most cases, the color doesn’t match your boat’s paintwork.

As you can see, the process is complex, messy and takes a lot of time.

Instead, for chips, gouges and nicks, MagicEzy 9 Second Chip Fix offers a superior solution and can be done in a fraction of the time.

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Type of Repair SolutionComponentsPreparationApplicationFinishingColor-Matching
Gelcoat Repair Kit
  • Gelcoat paste
  • Liquid hardener
  • Pigment
Clean the surface.  Sand the affected area with coarse grit abrasive.
  1. Mix paste. Color match using pigment.
  2. Apply liquid hardener.
  3. Apply to chip.
Sand, buff and polishPigments can be mixed and color matched to your boat
Fiberglass Repair Kit
  • Fiberglass matting
  • Two part epoxy
  • Sandpaper
  • Brush
Clean the surface
  1. Lay fiberglass mat.
  2. Mix two part solution.
  3. Brush over matting.

 

Sand, prime, paint, polish & buff.Tints can be purchased, colors blended to match.
9 Second Chip Fix1 x 13ml tubeClean the surface.Squeeze into the chip and wipe off excess using the built in leveling device.Nothing.MagicEzy 9 Second Chip Fix comes in a range that is already tinted to the most popular boat colors