Solar Activated Fibreglass Surfboard Ding Repair Kit

$39.95 $37.95

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Get back out in the water in under an hour for a minor repair!


What Makes The Pro Surfboard Repair Kit So Special?

Did you know that UV resins like ours resisting fading and yellowing?

They’re also up to three times stronger than standard resins.

…. But, here’s the biggest thing ….

Unlike traditional resins where you add a catalyst, then have a few minutes to make sure you get the resin onto your ding, usually in a panic before it starts to go off. Then you need to wait at least 8 hours with most products before you can sand and finish your repair. This traditionally made all repairs an overnight process.

Not anymore!!!

With the Pro Surfboard Repair Kit formula,it allows you (as long as you’re inside out of the sunlight) to take unlimited time to put your resin on, then once you’re finished and do take it outside into the daylight it goes hard and is ready to sand in about 10 minutes (there is also a special additive in the formula to make it easy to sand).

This means that, with the Pro Surfboard Formula, you can complete your repairs in an approximately an hour (maybe a bit longer if it is a larger repair)and be back out in the water.

Once you have used this product you will never use anything else ever again, its so easy!!!

Don’t Just Take Our Word For It …

Matthew Keys of Surfers Paradise QLD says it all:

“Best way to fix surfboard ever!! Exactly as described. Worked perfectly.”


  • 250ml tin of our special formula solar-activated, easy-sand resin
  • Huge 25cm x 80cm sheet of 6oz fibreglass
  • Large 14cm x 10cm bag of Q-cell
  • 10ml catalyst (when using Q-cell only)
  • 3 large sheets of Nortons Premium NoFill sandpaper (80/120/180 grit)
  • 3 sheets of Nortons Premium wet & dry sandpaper (320/800/1200 grit)
  • Instructions

But There are Cheaper Products on the Market ..

Yes, there are. And for good reason – You Get What You Pay For.

These tube products are substantially cheaper, but are only ever a temporary solution. They will stop the water getting into your board in the short term, but do NOT repair the damage. It is the full layers of fibreglass that distribute the stresses of surfing throughout your whole board and keep it intact. Any incorrectly repaired ding will leave a weak spot that WILL lead to long term further damage and even have your board snap.

(at extra cost – see separate listing)

Pro Surfboard Repair Secrets Revealed

Pro Surfboard Repair Secrets Revealed DVD

Extreme close up and detailed footage reveals all the secret guarded techniques used by professional ding repairers.

You will learn skills that will last you a lifetime and save you money!

The techniques and skills required to repair your surfboard correctly are not difficult especially when they are being shown in such step by step details as in our DVD

Order from our eBay Store and we can send your Repair Kit and DVD together!


“First time doing repairs, with this one being major. The kit and video were easy to use.” Ewan McNab of Southern River WA

“I reckon your surf repair product is on the money and the DVD is gold. I look forward to the next instalment.” Benn Latimer of Rye VIC

“Very helpful, delivery on time and very useful kit – thanks!” Duncan Bucknell of Eltham VIC

“Surfboard repair kit and DVD arrived quickly. Product very easy to use.” Jon Pears of Port Melbourne

“Great product and excellent video.A+++” Romano Cupic of Mt Waverley VIC

“The Best! Received in a day and back in the water by the afternoon.” Marcelo Cardona Chaves of Mosman (NSW)

“Great product. Easy to use and fast delivery” Scott Miller of Thirroul (NSW)

“Very easy to use and works as described” Greg Ninness of Gosford (NSW)

“Thanks… Got my boards fixed – Time to go surfing!” Simon McGrade of Carnarvon (WA)

“Good service. Haven’t used the product yet (thankfully). Watched the DVD and found it well set up. Learnt some new tricks” Tony Carless of Bli Bli (QLD)

“DVD very helpful to get a pro job” Ben Latimer of Rye (VIC)

“This is a fantastic product. Works exactly how described. Easiest resin ever used!” Kellie Hennessy of Springfield QLD

“Great work. Got product super quick, and will be using again. Thanks guys.” Kate Yates of Hallett Cove  SA

“Great DVD, very informative and straight forward to follow.” Paul Tenteye of Riverside TAS

Where Testimonials are given, they represent the experiences that have been provided by individual clients and may not be typical of what every individual will experience. All testimonials are provided voluntarily, without payment, inducement or other benefit and are from genuine clients.


I’ve never done a ding repair before. Where do I start?
For the best advice on all aspects of repairing surfboards, you are well advised  to buy a copy of the “Pro Surfboard Repair Secrets Revealed” DVD (separate listing) where everything is shown and explained in detail for you to follow along.

What’s the difference between Poly and Epoxy boards?

1    Traditional Fibreglass (POLY/PU) Surfboard Technology:
Poly or polyester represents a traditional fibreglass surfboard. PU or polyurethane foam is the foam of the traditional fibreglass board. The foam core is laid up with weighted fibreglass cloth and laminated with polyester resin. These types of surfboards have been around since the 1960s.

2.    Epoxy Surfboard Technology (EPOXY/EPS or XPS):
These types of boards are becoming more prevalent and use polystyrene foam (two different types – EPS and XPS), both of which are coated with fibreglass cloth and epoxy resin.

Does the Pro Surfboard Repair Kit work with both types?
The Pro Surfboard Repair Kit is for is for traditional Poly/PU boards. It has a special solar activated polyester resin that makes repairs much simpler than standard catalyst activated polyester resins.

What is the white powder and what is it used for?
The white powder is called Q-Cell and it is a filler, used to thicken and expand polyester or epoxy resin. Q-Cell is great for filling large voids or fractures, it dries white after mixing and can be easily sanded. It doesn’t add strength but thickens the resin enabling you to fill holes. Q-Cell consists of inert, inorganic, non-toxic, hollow glass particles.

How do I use the Q-Cell?
On the practical side have everything prepared before you start, as you will need to use catalyst to set the resin/Q-Cell mixture off as sunlight will not penetrate the mix. This means that you will have limited time and will need to work quickly. Add the catalyst to the resin first and mix well. The ratios are on the label of resin tin. Then add Q cell until you reach the consistency you’re after. It’s like adding flour to water to make a batter/dough. Add it bit by bit, stirring well, until you reach the right consistency for the application. Check to see that it’s all loose without any hardened chunks in it, but there’s no real need to sieve it or anything.

How long will the resin last in storage?
When stored properly, the resin should last at least six months from date of manufacture. The “Best Before Date” is marked on the bottom of the can. It is important that the resin should not be exposed to sunlight whilst still in the can, or it WILL go hard. It should also be kept cool. This means things like not storing in a hot garden shed, don’t leave it in your car or next to a north or west facing wall. Excessive exposure to heat will reduce its shelf life.

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