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Australia's Hairline Fix achieves 'Top 100 Products of the World'

by Marine Newswire on 6 May 2014
Hairline Fix - a prize-winning temporary fix SW
This week, Australian manufacturer MagicEzy has received international recognition for its revolutionary fibreglass repair product, Hairline Fix, having been selected as one of the Top Products 2014 by highly respected Boating Industry Magazine.

MagicEzy CEO, Warwick David Lindsay said of the news, 'It is great to be recognised by professionals in the industry especially from a publication like Boating Industry Magazine which is highly regarded as the must read for marine professionals in the U.S.' Lindsay went on to say, 'MagicEzy has been on the market for a little over three months so it’s fantastic to receive such recognition.'

MagicEzy Hairline Fix is a world-first, nano binder and sealant that fixes gelcoat crazing and hairline cracks at both a cosmetic and structural level, in one application.

Traditionally, hairline cracks and gelcoat crazing are notoriously difficult to fix. Leaving cracks unattended can cause serious issues with moisture seeping in that can cause delamination. According to Lindsay, that’s where Hairline Fix offers a unique solution. The industrial grade adhesion of MagicEzy Hairline Fix combined with the low viscosity solution means it penetrates deeply throughout the entire crack to seal it and bond the surfaces together. With 11 popular marine colors to choose from, Hairline Fix also produces a professional looking cosmetic finish. It can also be used to repair fine scratches in gelcoat.

'Another thing that makes Hairline Fix attractive to boat owners and repair professionals is that there’s no sanding prep work, no mixing of multi-part solutions, and there are no unpleasant fumes,' said Lindsay.

Congratulations to MagicEzy - another success for an Australian marine company.

For further information please visit the MagicEzy website http://www.magicezy.com/.
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