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Fixing small cracks in the dash

How would I go about doing this? The cracks are so small but they will get worse. How can i patch them up now?

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Old 10-27-2003, 09:06 PM
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I used plastex, it worked fine on my small cracks. And it stop them from growing any bigger. Just put some powder in the crack, and drip the liquid onto the power watching that you do not spill it on your dash As it will leave a mark. It is great stuff and will glue the crack togeather. Take a look here.

http://plastex.home.att.net/

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