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BOYB - Quick Ding Repair

April 03, 2015 1 Comment




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LeroyZ
LeroyZ

July 10, 2018

I always pull the original glass out until it conforms to the original rail shape (or at least close). I then fill in the void behind the original glass with resin, solarrez in your case.
That way the lamination only shows a slight discontinuity. Takes a little longer, but the final outcome is worth the effort.

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