3 Tips for Cleaning Fiberglass Rollers


1. We recommend cleaning rollers immediately after use.
2. Clean rollers with Acetone solvent, when using them with polyesters.
3. Clean rollers with T-12 solvent, when using them with epoxies.
4. Rolling the roller on the bottom of the solvent bucket is recommended, as that will clean the inside of the roller.

3 Tips When Using Epoxy Table Top Resin

Epoxy resin photo COPY1. We highly recommend testing a sample piece before beginning your final project.

2. While using Epoxy Table Top Resin in castings, we recommend using thin pours of no more than 1/4”.

3. We recommend using the chart below to estimate coverage and thickness.


3 Tips about Bust-A-Bubble Air Release

1237571. Recommended for use with Epoxy Table Top Resin,
when pouring thicker pours.
2. We do not recommend spraying heavily or it will
get into the epoxy and contract.
3. Recommended to be be sprayed as
soon as the epoxy is poured.

3 Tips for Prepping Gelcoat


1. Sand with 80 grit.
2. Clean with MEK solvent and let dry.
3. Apply new gelcoat or
a. If applying primer to gelcoat, sand with 220 grit first.
b. If applying paint to gelcoat or primer, sand with 320 grit first.

3 Tips about Carbon Fiber

Carbon Fiber Cloth 130718
1. Carbon fiber must be used with epoxy or Vinylester Polyester Resin for maximum performance.

2. We recommend practicing with a standard fiberglass cloth before attempting your project with carbon fiber.

3. Carbon fiber will not lay down on a hard curved surface without vacuum bagging.


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