I got mine from the Snap On tool guy. I think its the same company as above...GREAT product once you learn to use it right! I think it was around $100 and well worth it....I use it ALOT on plastic bumper repairs and R/C cars!! LOL
Duramix is a 2 part epoxy or plastic fusor....they make a TON of different fusors for bonding different materials. Ask you local auto body store about it....they can help you out finding the right one. That hole is a two sided repair no matter how you go about it. I can show you what I mean in person here...hard for me to type what I mean here. The instructional video that comes with the plastic welder would show you a proper two sided repair (with the metal mesh imbedded into the backside of the plastic).
The duramix would be the faster way to fix the hole, and IMO either way is fine here as its not that big a hole. Trust me I have used both, and find both methods are fine (both have their stronger points though depending on what type of repair).
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