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Old 12 May 2008, 15:03   #21
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I want to know what materials and how to glass in my console as I know nothing about glassfibre.
can anybody tell me the answer to this query?
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Old 12 May 2008, 15:21   #22
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I want to know what materials and how to glass in my console as I know nothing about glassfibre.
can anybody tell me the answer to this query?
Hi

Have a look here I found them to be helpful


http://www.cfsnet.co.uk/

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P.S. TRY IT ON A PIECE OF SCRAP FIRST
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Old 12 May 2008, 18:17   #23
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P.S. TRY IT ON A PIECE OF SCRAP FIRST
That's no way to talk about an Owtill console
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Close to the truth, you just need tissue paper to match
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Close to the truth, you just need tissue paper to match
As thick as that?
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Old 13 May 2008, 03:35   #26
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Hi, just a thought, im sure someone with more experience than me could advise.

What about West Epoxy thickened with Colloidal Silicon , i have found it easier to use than resin as it doesn't run the same way and i believe is stronger? once mixed could be used as a glue and filler.
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Old 13 May 2008, 03:36   #27
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Oops - i told you i wasn't an expert

should have typed

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Hi should have thought this threw before posting. lol

Other advantage is noo need for gel coat as its waterproof and can be coloured all in one go.

Try Scot Glass, Dixon blaze trading estate, Glasgow

I'm sure they stock all West Epoxy products.
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