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Fiberglass Woven Roving 18oz.
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Fiberglass Woven Roving
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Fiberglass Woven Roving 18oz. Customer Questions and Answers

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Is this the right material to repair hull rub rail damage..approx a one foot hole above rub rail?

Asked on 05/25/2014 by james eccher

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If the damage is indeed above the rub rail, then you examine a cross-section of the hull's construction. It may be f-glass-plywood-f-glass. Or, f-glass-balsa core-f-glass. you must repair the above sequence in the same order. If the holed area is indeed heavy roving, then this is the product. external layers should be lighter and lighter f-glass. Remember, use epoxy systems.

Answered on 05/26/2014 by JACK MYERS
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Yes but not alone will also need Mat and Vail Fiber Glass to allow you to make a smooth surface

Answered on 05/26/2014 by SCOTT ALLIS
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Looking for the proper material to tab some 3/4 in ply bulkheads in my sailboat that were "out of sight out of mind" when it was built, i.e. they tabbed one side but not the other. Wondering if I should use woven roving (that's what was used by the builder) and if so, what weight.? Thanx!

Asked on 11/18/2011 by Julian K

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Yes you should use woven roving. Just make sure you grind and scuff the area really good.

Answered on 11/18/2011 by MARK SCUDDER
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Thanx for the reply Mark. Any recommendations on the best weight woven roving? Julian

Answered on 11/18/2011 by Julian K
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Which size roll do I need to have approximately 23 pieces/sheet of 13"x11"?

Asked on 09/27/2014 by James Stancil

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Is this a trick question? You just have to work it out! If in doubt get a piece of graph paper and start drawing 13" x 11" squares on it. You will soon see how best to fit this into the available roll sizes. Regards Nigel Evans

Answered on 09/27/2014 by NIGEL EVANS
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Has anyone used this on a wooden boat if so does the natural wood look come through if you used a clear resin application?

Asked on 07/09/2011 by Linda Stout

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yes, many people use this with epoxy for a clear coating. Finish with 4 to 5 coats of Varnish with UV additives such as Epifanes CV1000.

Answered on 07/15/2011 by Jack Mann
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