Epoxy / Gelcoat Coloring Agents
 
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Epoxy / Gelcoat Coloring Agents

Change the color of your boat's gel coat! These coloring agent gels match and blend with polyester resins, gel paste, epoxy resins, Formula 27, Skid-No-More, and putty. 2 ounces each. Coloring agents for polyester resin, gelcoats and epoxy resins are smooth and concentrated.
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Mixing Note:
  • Darker colors require approx. 4 fl. oz. per gallon of resin
  • Lighter colors require approx. 6 to 8 fl. oz. per gallon of resin
Item Number  Color  Size 
FIB-508  Black  2 oz. 
FIB-507  Dark Blue  2 oz. 
FIB-501  Grey  2 oz. 
FIB-506  Dark Brown  2 oz. 
FIB-511  Light Brown  2 oz. 
FIB-510  Hunter Green  2 oz. 
FIB-503  Red  2 oz. 
FIB-509  White  2 oz. 
FIB-505  Yellow  2 oz. 
Type: Pigments
Usage: Color Matching
4.8 6

Works great

5

Used the product to color gelcoat and top layer of epoxy laminate on repairs. Helps hide the repair before painting. Good color penetration in material.

Michael

Blythewood, SC

Yes

A little goes a long way.

4

I used this product as a coloring agent when mixing fiberglass resin for a repair on a shower/tub surround. After a little trial and error I was able to match the repair to the existing shade of white.

Gypsy

Albany, NY

Yes

worked as expected

5

used this tint to sienna up some gray to match a 1989 rampage for a gelcoat repair. Used very very little in conjunction with yellow tint and black.in the end color match is the hard part of gelcoat rapair.

westiemax

staten island

Yes

Works GREAT

5

Used this product in the Gray color to color GLovit bottom repair for a Aluminum Boat. Both worked GREAT.

Jimi H.

Florida

easy to use

5

i used it to tint epoxy for a plywood aquarium. the blue came out darker than i expected but still looks nice.

matt

new orleans, LA

Yes

Works Well With Wood

5

If your boat is held together with epoxy, then it might as well look like wood. The dark brown dye added to epoxy can be adjusted to closely match your wood. I have had great results with teak and mahogany. Even large repairs that are exposed to view are nearly invisible when covered with a few coats of Cetol.This is great stuff, I also have used black coloring agent to fill plugs in a teak deck.e.::.

eolon

behind the big tree...

Yes

Epoxy / Gelcoat Coloring Agents

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