Boat Patcher Plastic Salary in Alabama - State Average

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Average Salary for Boat Patcher Plastic in Alabama - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Boat Patcher Plastic in Alabama - State Average is $31,907.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Boat Patcher Plastic in Alabama - State Average is $15.34.

The average bonus of a(n) Boat Patcher Plastic in Alabama - State Average is $434.00.

Job Description:

Repairs and repaints defects in fiberglass boat hulls, decks, and cabins, using handtools and power tools: examines parts for defects, such as cracks and holes. Drills out defective areas or smooths rough edges, using portable electric drill and grinder. Cuts out patch of fiberglass material, using shears. Mixes resin and catalyst, dips patch in solution, and places patch over defect. Shapes and smooths edges to match contour of patched area. Fills holes with plastic filler material. Smooths repaired surfaces, using sandpaper or power disk sander. Mixes plastic paint with catalyst and sprays repaired surfaces, using spray gun. Cuts out damaged wood bracing strips, using portable electric saw. Replaces and bonds strips in place with saturated fiberglass mat. Touches up flaws, using paintbrush. May polish repainted sections. Less

Repairs and repaints defects in fiberglass boat hulls, decks, and cabins, using handtools and power tools: examines parts for defects, such as cracks and holes. Drills out defective areas or smooths rough edges, using portable electric drill and grinder. Cuts... More

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