38835Re: [classicrv] RE: Painting fiberglass?
- Sep 2, 2013*Yup, that would be even better, methinks cuz. I was fortunate, it wasn't
all that bad, did a little sanding, cleaning with the cleaner, dried it,
painted it and am proud it came out as good as it did, won't hesitate to
recomend it to others. cuzzin dick*
On Mon, Sep 2, 2013 at 12:15 PM, JerryK <regal5575@...> wrote:
> What would be wrong with painting it with a coat of fiberglass resin,
> sanding that a little and then painting it white or whatever color you want.
> From: Wesley Furr <wesley@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Monday, September 2, 2013 9:18 AM
> Subject: RE: [classicrv] RE: Painting fiberglass?
> Is it deteriorated all the way through, or just loose strands? If not all
> the way through, try running some sandpaper across it and see if it knocks
> off the loose ends and smoothes it out...if yes, tape off the aluminum and
> spray paint it to seal it back up again...
> Otherwise, you'll probably need to figure out a way to replace it...is it
> riveted together? Might just have to drill them out to get it replaced...
> -----Original Message-----
> Would like to repair/replace the fiberglass front window cover in my 1976
> Terry trailer. The outer side is very deteriorated, with the glass strands
> sticking out 3/4". Thought of just replacing the fiberglass panel, but
> it it is sandwiched between two aluminum frames pressed together with no
> to separate them. Any ideas?
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