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Old 10-24-2010, 11:47 AM   #1
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Surface cracks in fiberglass showerpan

My 65 Globetrotter had surface cracks in the fiberglass shower pan. A vintage trailer restoration place near here re coated the lower half of the fiberglass bathroom. It made it look like new.

Now, after 2 summers of use, I notice that the surface cracks are back. It doesn't leak, but I worry about it getting worse. I have some West epoxy and fiberglass cloth. Is that the solution? Comments appreciated. Thanks.
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