Bodi econo line small rollers for detail work, mold making, on-site projects, and small parts. Excellent for hard to reach places large rollers often miss. Strong, thin-finned rollers have 5/32" steel frame and durable plastic handle. Both aluminum and plastic clean easily in solvent.
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This roller fit my nooks and crannies perfectly. I'm reinforcing a couple of fiberglass bumpers for my race car and this did the job.
The fiberglass glass roller works very well!
I'm repairing both port and starboard gun rails on my boat.
New to Fiber-glassing, this helps alot. Great little tool to get the glass rolled out and all the air bubbles out. Makes even a beginners project look like it was done by a pro.
NORTH AUGUSTA, SC
Was exactly what I needed for a town chock full of boats and no local supplier for repair products. A great company to buy those much needed supplies from with great prices and great service! Thank You!
Excellent tool !
Does the job when removing air bubbles from between layers of fiberglass fabric. Use smaller width rollers for tighter/compound inside corners. When rolling layers on a tight inside curve, it helps to use a wide-bladed putty knife (as wide or wider than roller) to follow the roller into the corner and hold the fabric while you roll the other surface.Clean well immediately after use, or the resin will build up in the grooves. The metal construction helps chip out some of this buildup, but it is not easy.
This is the best back massager I have eva used!
Cape Cod, MA
Good tools for laminating &glass repair
I like the aluminum rollers because they have a little more heft than the plastic. The plastic rollers work fine also- just a matter of preference. All are well made and not expensive. They are easy to clean with solvent and do the job. Grooved rollers are best for working the resin into the fabric and for removing any air bubbles.