Repairing Fibreglass Bath After Ladder Damage


Postby colindiy » Wed Feb 03, 2016 1:11 pm

Hello, I have been helping my parents decorate. To access the ceiling in their bathroom I placed a ladder in the bathtub with offcuts of carpet beneath the feet. Unfortunately this did not provide sufficient protection as I managed to damage the tub.

Searching in Google I have discovered fiberglass repair kits. Would this be the best solution? I have attached a picture with an Ikea pencil for scale.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Postby diyjez » Mon Mar 14, 2016 4:28 pm

I know its slightly different but here's a guide for repairing a whole in a fibreglass boat hull: http://letsfixit.co.uk/10043/how-to-fix-a-hole-in-a-fibreglass-boat/
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Postby melving.crane » Sat Mar 19, 2016 8:23 am

diyjez wrote:I know its slightly different but here's a guide for repairing a whole in a fibreglass boat hull: http://letsfixit.co.uk/10043/how-to-fix-a-hole-in-a-fibreglass-boat/


I was looking a solution for similar problem. Very unfortunately I've made a hole in my bathroom tub as well. Therefore I looked at the how to fix guide you've shared and it's simple but yet effective.
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