3 Fiberglass Boat Chip Repair Blunders and How to Avoid them

Cracks and chips in fiberglass boats are inevitable and they’re one of the biggest causes of frustrations for boat owners because they detract from the appearance of the boat and they’re also often very difficult or very expensive to repair. With the huge cost of...

Keep your boat’s plastics looking like new

Do you want to protect your boat’s plastics, vinyls and glass from deterioration? Then you are in luck! MagicEzy UV Shield provides a combination of a single step cleaner, our ‘SLICK NON-STICK’ and thick UV protective coating to help keep your boat...

Priming Plastic or Aluminium

For repairs on plastic / aluminium surfaces, we suggest using a priming coat of MagicEzy Mega Fusion before applying either Hairline Fix or 9 Second Chip Fix. Mega Fusion will penetrate into the pores of the surface to create even more bond and strength. STEP 1 Clean...

Jet ski repairs

Damage to the hull on a personal watercraft (or jet ski) is a common occurrence for many people. Here is a handy guide to help jet ski owners easily perform DIY repairs. Even the most cautious rider can easily scrape or chip the hull or may even notice stress cracks...

A guide to DIY boat Winterization

As the sun sets on another boating season, it is time to think about preparing your boat for her time out of the water during the cooler months.  Boat Winterization is not the most enjoyable task, however it is a necessity that could save you thousands in repairs if...

How to wax your fiberglass boat

Waxing your boat regularly will protect the gelcoat surface by helping to prevent fading and chalking caused by the sun. It will also act as a barrier that is resistant to dirt and stains. You should be able to obtain a quality boat wax or a complete DIY boat waxing...