I made a stupid opps. It was a combo of a mounting block for my amp rack breaking off + the wrong screw = put the tip of a screw through the side of the hull on my Malibu.
Pissed = me. The whole screw didn't got through, just the tip. That part of the hull is white. A tiny chip of fiberglass came out in the process.
I need to fix this myself since the boat is 1/2 my wife's, I'd rather not let her know of my stupid move until after I fix it; she wasn't exactly looking for me to do stereo upgrades to it - not that she minds me spending my money on the boat.
I checked Spectrum for their patch kits, but they don't have a color listed for my year (2001). I don't mind if it doesn't match 100% perfectly as the repair will be so small and near my decal that it won't be noticed as long as I can get it wetsanded smooth and buffed out nicely. I'm also awful at trying to match paint colors, so I'm highly doubting I will get a good color match doing my own mix.
Should I just try their '05-10 white or is there some other color or product I should try? I e-mailed Spectrum a day ago with no response.