Glassing repair advice NOR

 Looking for recommendations from people on good glass repairers NOR. I've just had my boat back from a motor service and there's three big dings on one of the strakes. It's beyond me how the damage has occurred, the chips are absolutely fresh and I'm convinced it's not me- as it's at the stern only 6inches in from the transom, and on the side of the strake so not been done loading/unloading, haven't been anywhere less than marina depth and tie down straps are always tight. Whilst I haven't spoken to the service yard yet and will do so early next week, I'm struggling with how they could have done it. Boat doesn't need lifting for an outboard service surely?

anyway recommendations for repairers welcomed.

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 Trailer in too deep and hit

Sat, 2021-03-27 20:01

 Trailer in too deep and hit the metal roller arms, the spacing looks very similar.

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 For any glass repairs GT

Sat, 2021-03-27 20:02

 For any glass repairs GT Fibreglass, hands down the best.

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 Second  that one . Nice

Sat, 2021-03-27 20:46

 Second  that one . Nice bloke and well priced with great work

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Greg at GT for sure 

Sat, 2021-03-27 22:28

Greg at GT for sure 

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Chips

Sun, 2021-03-28 08:18

gelcoat chips like that are fairly easy to repair on a diy basis, have a quick look on you tube.  

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Maybe DIY

Sun, 2021-03-28 09:19

 Like Marineboy says, if it is just the gelcoat chipped  it could be acceptable to DIY, using a small tube  of something like Magic Ezy.

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 Magic ezy states on their

Sun, 2021-03-28 13:14

 Magic ezy states on their site that you shouldn't use it below the waterline.

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Thanks

Sun, 2021-03-28 13:18

 Good to know. Otherwise it woud have all been too easy!