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  melting is better
  Posted by: Dr_Disco on Dec-02-12 8:53 PM (EST)
 

if you really want to do it. Get a torch and heat a metal rod (held with a firm grip tool). Carefully move the heated rod over the surface of the hairy plastic hull to fill scratches and remove protrusions. Don't get burnt and don't get the rod too hot. And don't post here about "how do I repair burn holes in my hull".

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