• Phenolic Microballoons

    Phenolic Microballoons

    These hollow, purple-brown phenolic spheres make a low-cost low-density filler. They make a light-weight fairing compound with good compressive strength. Blend with Silica Thickner to prevent sagging. See this excellent primer by Christine Merchant
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  • Wood Flour

    Wood Flour

    for making structural fillets Wood flour is very fine, filtered, sawdust-like wood by-product. It is an excellent all around filler for creating glues and structural fillets. Use in sewn-seam and stitch and glue construction. Wood flour combines with...
    $6.50 - $20.00
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  • Graphite Powder

    Graphite Powder

    Renn Tolman and others recommend you mix Graphite Powder with epoxy resin to make a kind of paint for bottom coating boats. It is said to aid abrasion resistance and to inhibit marine growth. The latter is in some dispute but there is no doubt about the...
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  • Silica Thickener

    Silica Thickener

    high strength thickening agent for epoxy The most popular thickening agent for epoxy, silica makes a smooth, non-sagging, high-strength mixture for structural bonding, filleting and filling. Mix both epoxy resin and hardener then add silica until the...
    $14.50 - $17.50
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  • RAKA Epoxy Pigment

    RAKA Epoxy Pigment

    Our Raka pigments are powders machine mixed in epoxy resin side A. The pigments cure hard in the epoxy and don't add a liquid plasticizer like many other general purpose pigments. You can mix to get your own color or add some white or black to lighten or...
    $7.75 - $24.75
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  • Glass Bubbles

    Glass Bubbles

    Glass bubbles are lightweight hollow white glass spheres. When mixed with epoxy, this light weight filler will make a very easily sanded putty for filling and fairing. Use the same as phenolic microballons.
    $18.50 - $28.50
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  • Non-Skid Paint Additive

    Non-Skid Paint Additive

    Everyone knows it is dangerous to have slick surfaces on a boat. And everyone seems to have a formula for making a non-skid surface. You have heard of using such household materials as salt or sugar and you have seen exotic materials that cost an arm and...
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