For some reason we have a hole in the fuel tank. In my case it looks like they used a drill. But regardless of the reason we have to repair it. This is a photo taken the moment I discovered the hole. I did a search on the internet and found this product with very positive comments. J-B Weld epoxy. Resists high temperatures and pressures. Can be applied on metals and plastics. After drying we can sanding and paint Before applying J-B Weld I will use some vinegar to clean the surface. And a dishwashing sponge to scrub. After the area around the application point is clean. I prepared a 50% mixture between the white paste and the black paste. When applying I even tried to get in a little through the hole. And I applied in a large area around the hole. I should have let the mixture become a little more viscous. But there was no problem. It takes 24 hours to get solid. Before applying, open the reservoir cap. The next day I used the car normally. But this image is 1 month later. It takes 24 hours to stay solid. I washed the area again and decided to apply a second coat. The next day, I washed again and used fine sandpaper to do the finishing. When I was satisfied, I cleaned and decided to apply extra protection. Anti-gravel sprayer. I applied throughout the depot. I was not very strict in any of the phases. The important thing was to repair the hole and give a reinforcement in the deposit.