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Old     (bmartin)      Join Date: Jan 2007       03-18-2008, 12:17 PM Reply   
I understand the osmotic cause of blisters, but wanted to know if you have them and do not fix them, will they cause additional permanent damage???

The previous owner stored the boat in the water and it had some blisters when I bought it. I got the boat for a really good price because of the blisters and to be honest the blisters really do not bother me that much as they are barely noticable and now I keep the boat on a lift so they are not getting worse. Not saying I like the blisters and if there was a quick easy fix, I would fix them. If the reason for fixing the blisters is primarily cosmetic, then I will keep it the way it is, but just wanted to know if anyone here had experience in the marine fiberglass/gel coat arena that could offer any advice.

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