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Fiberglass Biaxial Cloth Tape - 4 inches Wide
4" E-glass Biaxial (+/-45) Fiberglass cloth tape with 3/4 oz mat backing. Use biaxial fiberglass tape and cloth to add reinforcement to a fillet or a joint. It becomes part of the hull structure and is easily contourable. Butt join plywood sheets and many other uses. A roll is 4 inches wide by 90 yards.
March 11, 2021
As an amateur I found this tape to be perfect for the corner reinforcements on the battery platform that I am reconstructing. Should come in handy once I get around to building my dinghy!
June 27, 2015
Because it's three layers, it's not as easy as a cloth to wet out, but it does wet out well, but not clear. Good for reinforcing corners.
June 14, 2015
We used this when replacing the floor in a 1970's fiberglass boat. Gave very good support along the edges.
May 5, 2015
Most of the bulkheads in the 23 foot sailboat I bought were completely rotted through. I used this cloth to tab the bulkheads back in. It is very thick and I feel that it only needs one layer. It conforms very well to the contours of the hull, usually only needing one cut to lay completely flat. It is easy to wet out. I filleted with collodial silica before laying the glass down. On the second bulkhead I put down the fillets and the fiberglass at the same time to save myself some tedious sanding work.
April 21, 2008
I like this Biax tape for boat fixes and upgrades. Tape is easier to work with than cloth (less cutting) for smaller repairs. It does a good job for reinforcing panels and tabbing bulkheads. I prefer epoxy for the strongest bonding.
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