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Topic # 232132 31-Mar-2018 12:17
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Recently bought a house with a crack/hole in a fibreglass bath, does anyone have experience or knowledge on whether it's fixable?

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  Reply # 1986341 31-Mar-2018 12:31
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There are companies that specialise in doing repairs to fibreglass baths.

There is a company called Mend A Bath. And probably other companies that do the same. Far cheaper than getting the bath replaced.





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  Reply # 1986936 1-Apr-2018 18:48
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Personally I wouldn't. It won't last. Toss it and get another bath.  I have an acrylic bath, paranoid about it cause it's also a spa bath. When painting the ceiling he wanted to get a ladder in it, with towels after I forbade it, but I forbade that too.

 

One crack and it's all over....

 

 

 

I painted that bit above the bath myself by balancing awkwardly on the edges in bare feet....

 

 


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