08:35PM | 08/29/04
Member Since: 08/17/04
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Does anyone know how to repair the firberglass tub on a hot tub? I have a hot tub with a fairly large hole in the bottom of it (it came with the house I purchased). I am interested in repairing the hot tub for relatively cheap, without having to replace the whole tub portion?

Are there any products out there that can be used to repair this hole reliably? The hole is at one of the corners in the bottom of the hot tub.


doug seibert

10:23AM | 08/30/04
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
......The domain of surfboard artists and boat builders....

Try WEST Epoxies......for Products and instructions on repairing the fiberglass...


06:33PM | 08/30/04
Member Since: 08/29/04
227 lifetime posts
Most of the local plumbing wholesalers keep a few names of good fiberglass repairmen. Many of the tubs get chipped or damaged on the installation by plumbers or are installed and someone drops something into them. So it is often the case that plumbers call their supplier and find who does the work in their local area. If your real nice to the city desk men at the supplier they will give up the information to you.

Raymond VinZant Plumb Prof.

Raymond VinZant Plumbing Prof.


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