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    pool slide

    we have a fiberglass pool slide that has some cracks in it. I was wondering what the best way was to fix it. should I fix it like a normal fiberglass fix and then paint it with a special paint or is the process different all together?

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    Re: pool slide

    Do a quick search there with just a thread talking about this. Repair is the same as normal fiberglass in fact someone had a car repair shop fix theirs.

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    Re: pool slide

    Welcome

    Sorry for the short first post.

    HERE is the thread I was thinking of:
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    Re: pool slide

    Thank you. Ill try it

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