I wonder if this might be another application for that "Homemade Prepreg" that I mentioned in an earlier "You Can Repair Fiberglass" thread?
"For repairs in recessed areas, tight corners, and/or overhead repairs, the section on Homemade PrePreg (in a plastic bag of all things
) might be of some interest?
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I think that using fiberglass mat inside the heavy duty freezer bag should work as well as a couple of layers of bi-directional (bid) fiberglass cloth (weave) and it could/should be a lot less messy to saturate your mat and apply the patch/reinforcement without getting the resin all
over yourself? (I haven't actually worked with mat instead of bid cloth, so ... YMMV. )
If you use this method with mat, maybe you could let me/us know how it works out?)
If you decide that spot really needs attention (I.e. reinforcement), it's just a thought. 😊
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