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Fiberglass bath tub repairs


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First, it may not actually leak.  I had a tub with small chips and cracks in it - some that looked like legitimate holes -  but when I replaced it I saw no signs of leakage on the wood beneath it.  It was the best piece of plywood in that entire bathroom.

But they do make kits to repair that.  The 'correct' fix is to replace it but they make kits that include different color additives that should match your tub.  Check The Home Depot, Lowes, etc.

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