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  ppine, you did not repair anyone's
  Posted by: ezwater on Sep-08-13 11:58 PM (EST)
 

fiberglass canoe by pounding out the dents. Doing that would only split off the broken surfaces of the "dent". Fiberglass canoes do not "dent". They hole or they split.

I assume from your statement that you did not know what sort of canoe you were trying to repair. Royalex canoes may dent. Aluminum canoes dent. But fiberglass canoes hole or split.

I provide repair advice for "glass" boats, should you ever decide to get serious.

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