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    Hi Everyone,

    Though I did find some older threads on the topic, I thought I would ask again since suppliers and service can change over time. I've got a few minor scratches and quarter size chine dings in my Clackacraft drift boat. Nothing major, just cosmetic stuff that I would like to fix properly and make it look shiny and new again. Google was helpful but I like to hear first hand experience. I'm new to the area (Anchorage) and would appreciate any recommendations on where to find quality gelcoat repair supplies. I've got the tools, just need the gelcoat/catalyst. I already struck out at West Marine. I got one recommendation for CAC Plastics in Wasilla so any feedback on them is also appreciated. Thanks.

    Scott

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    CAC is a good referral...they will have what you need and can give you the needed pointers if you're not dialed in on the process.

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    Thanks for the feedback everyone. I appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garyak View Post
    CAC is a good referral...they will have what you need and can give you the needed pointers if you're not dialed in on the process.
    Be careful there if you need to order something.....PM with questions
    “Nothing worth doing is easy”
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