TotalBoat TotalFair Epoxy Fairing Compound
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TotalBoat TotalFair Epoxy Fairing Compound

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.


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.

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TotalFair Epoxy Fairing Compound Features & Benefits

  • Easy to mix, easy to apply.
  • Simple 1:1 resin to hardener mix ratio.
  • Works on multiple substrates, including FRP, wood, aluminum, & steel.
  • No sagging on inclined, vertical, or overhead surfaces.
  • Sandable in just 3 hours, at 80°F.
  • Very easy to sand flush with the surface.
  • Excellent moisture resistance.
  • For use above and below the waterline.



Gelcoat should not be applied directly over TotalFair or the gelcoat will not cure properly. Instead, apply TotalBoat 2-Part Epoxy Primer or TotalBoat TotalProtect Epoxy Barrier Coat Primer over TotalFair, before applying Gelcoat. Primers are sold separately.

Additional Application Notes

  • When filling holes or gouges: Filling holes up to 3/4" thick may need a second pass, once cured. When fairing a large gouge (maximum depth fill), a 6:1 width to depth ratio is recommended per application. For deep/narrow areas that exceed 6:1, just apply TotalFair in stages, building up each time.
  • Do not apply TotalFair over 1-component previously painted surfaces. If you are not sure what the previous coating is, remove it before applying TotalFair.
  • If TotalFair crystallizes, simply close the containers completely and set them in a sealed plastic bag, with no air. Place the bag in a bowl of warm water (130-140 degrees F) for a couple of hours. This action will undo the crystallization, and the product will be the proper consistency for use.
  • When storing TotalFair for more than 1 month, cover the remaining material in each container with plastic sheeting before securing the lid tightly.
Resin Color  Yellow  Visual 
Hardener Color  Blue  Visual 
Resin Density, lbs/gal  7.0  ASTM D1475 
Hardener Density, lbs/gal  6.4  ASTM D1475 
Mix Ratio by Weight  100A:90B  Calculated 
Mix Ratio by Volume  1A:1B  Calculated 
Work Life at 70 degrees F  30 minutes  ASTM D2471 
Tack Free Time at 70 degrees F  2 hours   
Tensile Strength  1,350 psi   
Elongation  5.3%   
Compressive Strength  2,130 psi   
Sag Resistance, inches  > 1.0   
Application Temperature   50-100 degrees F   


For your safety, wear protective gloves when mixing TotalFair, and wear a proper respirator when sanding cured TotalFair.
BRAND: TotalBoat
Material: Epoxy
Number Of Parts: Two Part
Type: Fairing Compounds
4.8 137



This is a very good product, a little messy to get out of the tubs, but very good. The problem is they don't mention on the label of either container that you MUST PRIME it BEFORE putting gelcoat on it because the gelcoat will not cure properly. I only found this out AFTER I made an enormous mess after replacing my transom and applying gelcoat to the entire surface that was faired entirely with the Totalfair.




all the best properties for a filler


Building a 12.5 catboat. Hull is cold molded and covered with epoxy and cloth. I have used polyester fillers for years on cars. I find the slow cure time of epoxy has given me plenty of time to spread the material and minimize what I have to remove. It feathers out well while spreading and is wonderful to sand, again feathering well. It's grip to various surfaces seems to be as desired.


canton CT


My "go to" fairing compound for above and below the water


Used this to do final fairing on my deck and cabintop as it's waterproof, mixes easily, and sands easy to. I also used this on my boat bottom to fill a few dings in the keel, the rudder, and any places where old fairing had broken away around my flush thruhull fittings.


Pasadena, Md


Would buy again.


Used when making a wooden kayak. Easy to use. There is a good video on mixing, applying and finishing.


North Carolina


Absolutely amazing


This is my first time fairing. I started off with another product which was epoxy with a fairing additive. I made a mess. I decided to try Total Boat's Total Fair and the results were awesome. It mixed great at the perfect consistency and I had plenty of time to work with it even in 90 degree weather. Sanding was, well sanding, but it was immensely easier than the other product. I can't say enough praises about this product.


Western Ny


The best Fairing I've ever used!


Haha! It's the only one I've ever used. But I love it! Works great!

Jonas Troyer

Orrville, OH


Great product


Use this product for all my fairing work prior to painting. Great product to work with. Easy to see after sanding it flush.

The Greek

New Buffalo, Mi. Jupiter, Fl


I will buy this product again


Have used for filling gouges and other damage to an old fiberglass hull. Biggest use was in blending repairs after replacing deck core. Once painted repairs are not visible. Easy to work with, though needs some time to cure unlike body filler. Will continue to use.




I will always use this 2 part system


Easy mix and spread. Very easy and smooth sanding. Top products always adhere beautifully.

Boat Dave

Warwick, ny


Yes I would purchase again


I've used total fair on my O'day 23 and sunfish to fill in areas of blisters and spider cracks. Mixes well an applied well but tends to get grainy and this has made me go back several times with additional costs to make a smooth finish. Sand great and leaves a good finish. I have not painted over it yet so can't attest to how that works out yet.


Aiken, SC


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