the 411 on maintenance & repair

Fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) is corrosion resistant allowing for a very long service life. Our products are extremely low maintenance and typically do not require cleaning aside from personal aesthetic preference. FRP materials can easily be cleaned, and there are several different methods to do so. This document provides general instructions for cleaning and repairing FRP materials as well as the recommended tools and materials needed.

The procedures described are for normal, periodic cleaning and minor repair. Choose the appropriate method listed below for your cleaning situation. Observe safety rules and wear the appropriate protective equipment, such as safety glasses, protective gloves, and aprons, while cleaning to prevent accidents or injuries. This document provides general guidelines only intended for repairing minor damage of FRP components. FRP components with major structural damage may need to be replaced. Contact FRP Engineering to determine if the FRP can be repaired or if replacement is needed and for assistance with all other repairs not listed in this document.

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