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We speak to David Johnson about the West System Glass Fibre Repair Kit

by Mark Jardine 8 Mar 13:30 GMT 2-3 March 2019
David Johnson demonstrattes the West System Glass Fibre Repair Kit at the RYA Dinghy Show 2019 © Mark Jardine

David Johnson talks us through the contents of the West System Glass Fibre Repair Kit at the RYA Dinghy Show 2019, describing just how useful it can be when you need to make a repair.

Find out more at westsysteminternational.com/en/kits/west-system-105-k-glass-fibre-boat-repair-kit

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