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Gary B

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Now there's a 'blast form the past'; using Tuffcoat to apply glass. Y'think polyester's a tad whiffy? Try using tuffcote in a small shed...

 

Thankfully, these days the shed is bigger and warm enough for epoxy :)

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Gary B

Z poxy stinks as well!

 

A club mate showed a sample of glass and Poly C and it looked very nice but I'm being put off by horror stories of this water based product trashing balsa or veneer skins. They don't mention using sanding sealer first which might be a solution.  

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