TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits Quart Group Size A
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  • TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits Quart Group Size A
  • TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits Gallon Group Size B
  • TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits 5.45 Gallons Group Size C

TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits

TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Kits include everything you need to tackle epoxy repairs and fiberglass projects. The complete project-ready epoxy kit includes: TotalBoat 5:1 epoxy resin; your choice of either fast or slow TotalBoat hardener; a set of metered mixing pumps, 2 stir sticks, 2 mixing pails, and a pair of latex gloves.

For convenience, pumps are color-coded to match the resin or hardener cap, and calibrated at a precise 5:1 ratio for a perfect 5:1 mix every time. All you do is mix ONE full pump of hardener to every ONE full pump of resin.

System Group Sizes: A - Quart Kit; B - Gallon Kit; C - 4.5 Gallon Kit.

Note: Don't need the pumps, gloves, stir sticks, or mixing cups? Gallon size kits are also available with just resin & hardener included. This 'no frills' version makes sense if you already have TotalBoat pumps and just need more epoxy.

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Tech Spec Product Info User Generated Content
TotalBoat Traditional Resin mixed with TotalBoat Fast or Slow Hardeners cures to an amber color, and is not suitable for clear-coating applications.

For clear-coating applications, use TotalBoat Crystal Clear Epoxy Kits (sold separately).

For extra long pot life and working time, use TotalBoat Tropical Epoxy Kits (sold separately).

Tip: Wash cured epoxy with water, scrubbing lightly with a Scotch-Brite pad to remove any amine blush prior to overcoating or painting.

Mix Ratio by Weight  100A (Resin) : 18B (Hardener)  100A (Resin) : 17B (Hardener) 
Mix Ratio by Volume  5A (Resin) : 1B (Hardener)  5A (Resin) : 1B (Hardener) 
Initial Mixed Viscosity at 75°F, cP  1,000  700 
Pot Life at 75°F, 150g mass, min.  12  20 
Work Life at 75°F, Thin Film, min.  60  90 
Cure Time at 75°F, Thin Film, hrs.  10 
Tensile Strength, psi  8,000  7,500 
Tensile Modulus, psi  410,000  460,000 
Tensile Elongation, %  3.5  4.5 
Heat Deflection Temperature  120  125 
Compressive Strength, psi  11,500  11,500 
Flexural Strength, psi  14,400  12,000 
Flexural Modulus, psi  460,000  450,000 
Cured Density, g/cm3  1.18  1.18 
Volumetric Yield in3/lb.  23.5  23.5 
Volumetric Shrinkage, %  4.4  4.4 
Hardness, Shore D  84  83 
Color  Amber  Amber 
Should I use this for clear-coating applications?  No  No 

Important Safety Information

Always wear protective clothing and equipment to protect your eyes, skin, and lungs when working with TotalBoat Traditional Epoxy Resin and Hardeners. Personal protective clothing should include appropriate gloves, safety glasses or goggles, a proper respirator, and a proper apron or similar protective clothing.

WARNING: The TotalBoat 5:1 Epoxy Slow Hardener can expose you to chemicals including bisphenol A, which is known to the State of California to cause female reproductive toxicity. For more information, go to

BRAND: TotalBoat
Material: Epoxy
Number Of Parts: Two Part
4.6 176

Great ptoduct


Metered pumps make it foolproof, and cures nice. Just don't make a thick pour.


South Carolina

I would buy this again


Very consistent results every time




Everything I needed.


Easy to set up and use. All misc items needed are included and that makes it very convenient. Epoxy worked well.

Dan M



This stuff just simply works


this is the second time I have used this stuff. I have mixed large batches and small batches and every time it works well. Remember to follow the mixing directions and you will have no problems. This is awesome stuff and well worth the money.

Mike at holyboats



Phil Thomas Hydros likes Total Boat epoxy


I build epoxy glass radio control model hydroplanes to race

Phil T

Decatur, IL


Ongoing Project


I chose to use epoxy over the other resins for water resistance of cured epoxy and bonds to just about anything, no blush, and it hasn't disappointed me, easy to work with, wets out the glass I'm using (1708)One observation/suggestion, the tube that goes in the resin pump needs to be slightly longer to reach the bottom of the gallon jug. I had a tube come out of the pump, had an extra one so no problem, the next new pump I'll use masking tape to secure it


Atlanta Ga 'burbs


Great product


Using on my Skiff build Couldn't be happier.


Eden, Id


I use this product frequently


I use this for canoes and paddleboards




Yes I'll be buying more of this


This is an ongoing total rebuild of my boat. The kits are perfect for this pay as I go project and the slow hardener allows me sufficient time to wet out the glass over the new wood under the deck cap. The 6 and 4 inch wide 1708 "tapes" are for the needed tabbing. Once I finish the deck/cap and get it mounted back to the hull I'll be getting more for the stringer tabbing


Atlanta burbs


A pay as I go project


I don't want to "stockpile" resin (epoxy/slow) with ever changing weather and prep work, might be a week before actually doing the next glass step. These kits give you the basics for fiberglass work and the pumps take away the headaches of measuring, equal number of pumps of resin and hardener and stir. The slow hardener gives me time to mix and add any fillers, get it spread, parts clamped together, and smoothed out before kicking off


Covington Ga


5:1 Traditional Epoxy Kits



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