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Exactly as the title says, I have some jb welb and a fiberglass bdy piece that needs to be fixed before I can prep and paint it.
 

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Hmm.. nevermind, their website says you can use it on fiberglass boat hulls. I think that'll do for my grill :D
 

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Hmm.. nevermind, their website says you can use it on fiberglass boat hulls. I think that'll do for my grill :D
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There are many types of JB Weld. Check out their website for the type that you have.
 

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Yeah, I looked, even their normal jb weld, which is what I have, says it works on fiberglass boat hulls. I see no need to go out and buy another version to use a tiny bit. The piece won't exactly be load bearing anyway, and if it doesn't hold.. well then I learned my lesson :p
 

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Yeah, I looked, even their normal jb weld, which is what I have, says it works on fiberglass boat hulls. I see no need to go out and buy another version to use a tiny bit. The piece won't exactly be load bearing anyway, and if it doesn't hold.. well then I learned my lesson :p
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Cool, Good Luck on the repair
 

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kinda off topic, when you mix the jb weld together doesn't it stink like SHIT :barf:
 
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