6oz cloth SALE! 50" wide 60 YDS $270.00

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This cloth is a different weave from our 6 oz boating cloth.

 

 

 

It is a tighter weave,  , but can save you $ on you project if  you don't mind the little extra work it takes to wet out.   It is very soft and pliable and will go aroungd corners very well.

 

 

 

It can be used with polyester or epoxy resin.

 

 

YOU ARE BUYING 50 YARDS OF CLOTH, 50 INCHES WIDE. 
SEE SHIPPING CALCULATOR FOR SHIPPING COSTS, REMEMBER TO PUT IN YOU ZIP CODE

WE HAVE THIS IN 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 50, 60, 100 YARD ROLLS

INDUSTRIAL CLOTH FINISHING CLOTH :
FINISHING CLOTH IS MORE TIGHTLY WOVEN THAN BOATING CLOTH. THE RESULT IS A SMOTHER FINISH YOU MUST PUT RESIN ON THE SURFACE FIRST, THEN LAY THE CLOTH INTO THE WET RESIN.

 FOR A MORE OPEN WEAVE, PLEASE SEE OUR 6 OZ BOATING CLOTH.

 

PLEASE CALL 1-800-507-2003 OR E-MAIL FIBERGLASSSITE@COMCAST.NET, BEFORE BUYING WITH ANY QUESTIONS.

YOU ARE BUYING 6.0 OUNCE E- GLASS FIBERGLASS CLOTH , THIS IS FIRST RUN FIRST QUALITY. THIS IS E-GLASS , PLAIN WEAVE. IT IS 50 INCHES WIDE , 6.0 OUNCES PER SQUARE YARD.

- THREAD COUNT 44 x 31

- THICKNESS 0.17mm or 6.8 mils

- BREAKING STRENGTH 250 x 200

CAN BE USED WITH EPOXY OR POLYESTER RESIN

SHIPPING WILL BE BY UPS GROUND.

THIS IS VERY HIGH QUALITY CLOTH AT A GREAT PRICE, YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED

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  • 4
    Good finishing layer

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Jul 2020

    Note: I'm using this to skin foam panels for a camper build. At first I didn't like this cloth because it is very tightly woven and stiff; bubbles are easily trapped and it doesn't conform to complex curves very well. But as a top layer (17oz biax and 10oz plain weave are underneath) I like it for the fine textured surface it leaves (almost like peel ply), and the small amount of extra epoxy it absorbs. Once I've wet out the 10oz cloth properly, this hardly needs any extra. Plus filling the weave afterwards takes very little epoxy as well. All told I'm using no more epoxy for 1700+10oz+this 6oz cloth, vs just 1700+10oz!