How to Repair a Transom with Layers of Fiberglass?

Answer Fiberglass boats are known for their light weight and durability; however, over time they can become damaged. The transom section, which is the flat rear of the boat, is especially vulnerable to da... Read More »

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How to Lay Fiberglass on a Transom?

The transom on a boat, or aft or back section, holds the motor in place with a thick laminated core of wood, or in some cases, multiple layers of thick marine plywood. The transom takes more stress... Read More »

How to Repair Dry Rot in a Boat Transom?

Dry rot is a fungus that eats wood fibers. Like most fungi, it thrives in warm, moist conditions. Your boat's bilge, especially at the bottom of your transom where water accumulates by the bilge pl... Read More »

DIY Fiberglass Repair?

Several objects contain fiberglass exteriors. When they are damaged, cracked or scratched a simple repair returns them to like-new condition. Applying a simple patch of fiberglass cloth and resin r... Read More »

How to Repair Fiberglass?

Fiberglass is a notoriously strong material that is used in boats, bathtubs and even garage doors. However, as with any material, it can develop cracks or holes. You will repair the hole from the ... Read More »