We love seeing what our customers make with our products. Ken made a hard top for his boat using our 6 ounce fiberglass cloth.  Boat before the hard top.   In process.   Boat after hard top. The hard top turned out very nice. What projects are you working on?...

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  Proglas 1000 is an extremely clear, tough, high gloss UV epoxy coating. It is formulated to produce a deep glass like appearance in a single layer on a sealed surface. Proglas 1000 is typically used in table top applications. Two or more layers are often applied for added depth...

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There are two common mistakes people make when working with epoxy resin.  The first is incomplete mixing and the second is inaccurate measuring. If the mixing and measuring are not done correctly it can cause improper curing or weak spots. Mixing and measuring accurately are especially important when working with...

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Air bubbles are a common problem when pouring epoxy resin.  There are several ways to get rid of them.  The first is to make sure you do not whip the resin when mixing.  This will create more bubbles.  Another way is to use a blow torch, heat gun or hair...

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Winter is coming and the temperatures are dropping. In some areas there will be sub-zero temps. Does this mean that your epoxy resin projects will have to wait until Spring? Maybe, but most of the time that is not the case. You can still have a successful project, with a...

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When using ProGlas 1000, most of the time, a seal coat will be needed. A seal coat will seal in the air pockets that exist in the substrate. The reason this is necessary is that when you apply a flood coat, the heat generated by the epoxy resin will cause...

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Applying a seal coat to a table top or bar top is a simple procedure. Step 1 - Mix up a small quantity of ProGlas 1000 Epoxy resin. (1 Gallon will cover 48 sqft seal coat.) Step 2 - Pour epoxy onto surface. Step 3 - Spread with a foam...

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Another great customer of ours, Tommy, recently repaired his paddleboard with our epoxy resin, pigments and fiberglass. First, Tommy needed to repair a fin on the board.  He used our Proglas Epoxy with the 2:1 Hardener.  He added milled glass fibers to make a strong paste to hold the fin...

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Charles in Dallas repaired his boat deck using Fiberglass Warehouse products.  The old deck had rotted out and need to be replaced. First he tore out the old plywood deck.  He checked the stringer to make sure they were still good. He installed a new plywood deck. And covered it...

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[18:54] Dallin has joined the conversation [18:54] Dallin: Hey William [18:56] william: Hey Dallin I am redoing a roof on an rv don't know what type or strength fiber to use [18:56] Dallin: RV roofs are usually not structural, but need to waterproof. [18:57] Dallin: Are you taking the old...

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Randy from Manitoba needed to re-do his RV's roof. Fiberglass RV Roof. The roof has seen better days. First he added a layer of plywood to the existing roof and then fiberglassed over top of it to make it waterproof. Here is a list of materials he purchased: Pro Glas...

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This tutorial is for using 2lb Polyurethane Pour Foam. aka Fiberglass Warehouse Polyurethane Pour Foam. Sharkthane 2lb Foam is a 2 part polyurethane foam.  When mixed together, will expand to a 2 lb density foam. Preparation: Area to be foamed must be dry.  Be sure to have escape for foam, we suggest...

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