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Thread: Crack/hole in bottom of fiberglass attached spa.

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    Crack/hole in bottom of fiberglass attached spa.

    I am doing a green to clean and when I drained the spa, I found this ugly repair job. It's the first pool/spa that I've had that is an inground with fiberglass. Can that section be cut out and filled again with matching material, or just covered over with something else?
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    Re: Crack/hole in bottom of fiberglass attached spa.

    Fiberglass can be repaired so that it's virtually identical to the original. If you're not familiar with doing it, go around to a few boat repair places and see if they're willing to come look at it. A local pool place might have some contacts that they'd be willing to share.
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    Re: Crack/hole in bottom of fiberglass attached spa.

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