TotalBoat TotalFair is a lightweight two-component epoxy putty used for fairing, filling, shaping, and repair. Its simple 1 to 1 mix ratio by volume changes to a green color when the individual blue and yellow components are mixed properly. TotalFair has excellent sag resistance on vertical or inclined surfaces and is easy to sand when cured. At 80°F, TotalFair is sandable in just 3 hours.
Provides excellent moisture resistance and can be used above or below the waterline on a variety of substrates; including fiber-reinforced plastics (FRP), aluminum, steel, and wood.
NEW PINT KITS!
2-PINT KIT: includes one pint Part A & one pint Part B.
2-QUART KIT: includes one quart Part A & one quart Part B.
GALLON KIT: includes half-gallon Part A & half-gallon Part B.
Each kit includes 1 plastic spreader.
|Application Temperature||50-100 degrees F|
TotalFair Epoxy Fairing Compound Features & Benefits
September 29, 2023
I have been happily using this for years. Something was different with this time. The blue hardener was very dried out when I opened the container. Yellow was fine. Broke my plastic spatula trying to mix the blue part in the container. Once mixed to the best I could it was grainy looking. Decided to try mixing the two parts together anyway, same as usual. The mixture didn't look to bad but when I applied it there was small bits in it and it was very aerated. Dried and sanded fine. Lots of pinholes. Some pretty large. Never had this with previous applications. Thought was bad batch but when I inquired I was told there was a manufacturer change and that is how it is now. Just beware if you purchased before. Hopefully they rectify this. September 29,2023.
September 25, 2023
The color system is very clear, take even yellow and blue parts and mix it until you only have green! If you see a yellow streak or a blue patch, then you haven't finished mixing and need to keep going. Working time was plenty in the high seventies to mix a big batch but when it gets into the nineties, you will want to work with a smaller batch since it sets faster. I used a plaster trowel (the rectangular one) as my mixing surface and applying tool. In the seventies, I could mix about three tennis balls worth of material and have plenty of working time; in the nineties, just a single golf ball. It goes a long way as well! I am building a mold for a rather large fiberglass piece for the boat and found the best method to conserve the material was to sand with a long board until all the high spots were knocked down and the small valleys and dimples were left untouched, the spread the fairing compound over the surface with the longest metal plaster trowel from Home Depot. This gave a nice long straight fair edge to spread the material over the surface and make it pretty close to perfect. Once the material cured, sand it again until it's all roughed up. This would identify the low spots that need filling again. Repeat this process a few times and you will sand down all the high spots and fill in all the low spots, resulting in a nice fair surface. Sanding this stuff is easy, even by hand which makes creating compound curves a breeze. This stuff is easy to work with, doesn't clog the sand paper, and cleans up quickly with acetone.
July 31, 2023
this putty is creamey and lasts as long as it takes to spread it out smooth !!
July 18, 2023
I am a newbie when it comes to patchwork and this product is easy to use thus helping me learn by experience
July 12, 2023
I used it to fill gouges on the hull, previous owner must of beached the boat. It worked well.
June 29, 2023
Mixed easily worked well and sanded the next day first batch only but expect the rest will go well too. Thx!
May 25, 2023
easy to use & easy to sand
May 23, 2023
It was easy to mix and apply. Good price too
May 19, 2023
Easy to mix, easy to spread, like creamy peanut butter. Not runny or gummy. Perfect consistency. Never had a problem with waste from premature hardening. Very sandible. Many applications beside boats. Any wood repair.
April 25, 2023
spreads like cheem cheese. sands nice.