Recommended for mixing epoxy
On page 5 of Russell Brown's e-Book "Epoxy Basics", he states:
You will be mixing many batches of epoxy. It helps in many ways if you get the right cups and sticks, and learn how to do this part well.
We think of epoxy as...
For Paint or epoxy application
Shur-Line Foam Mini Roller. These are the rollers many of our professional builders swear by for roll-and-tip painting of their boats. Quick Pro, sturdy 4-inch foam roller cover, 12 inch threaded handle, high density...
These squeegees are perfect for spreading epoxy over fiberglass cloth. Also you can cut them into rounded shapes for applying fillets. After the epoxy has set up, just give the squeegee a twist and the epoxy all pops off.
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Features inner foam for a custom seal, while a dual head strap provides optimum fit. Effective against particulate aerosols free of oil. Helps provide comfortable, reliable worker protection against certain non-oil based particles in work applications...
Available 50" or 10" wide - by the yard or 100 yard roll.
Notched spreaders have several uses - for spreading adhesives evenly where large surfaces have to be joined. Also for fairing where you spread fairing compound with the notched spreader, sand the ridges down with a longboard then fill the gaps in and...
Plain old wooden tongue depressors like the doctor used on you when you were a kid and it made you gag. Hint: Sand or saw the rounded end off for mixing epoxy so you can scrape the bottom of the mixing cup throroughly.
Disposable Brushes, typically for single use
Keep Epoxy off your tender skin
Paul B requested these so here they are. I actually have a hard time believing we have not had them all along.
Sleeves are 18" long, with elastic at both ends for a secure fit and serged seams. Universal size. Sold by the...
Sometimes called "mustard pumps," these dispensers deliver a measured amount of any brand laminating epoxy, The large pumps fit 1 gallon, 1/2 gallon and Raka 1 quart containers. For System3 quart and pint bottles, use the small pump. There are...
A lot of builders use syringes to get epoxy in small amounts accurately into specific places. The problem is that unless you clean the syringe out, you have to dispose of it. These pipettes do the same job at a tenth the cost.Feedback:I love your...
Recommended for measuring small amounts
These cups are marked in cc's, oz's, ml's, and the ever popular drams.
On page 17 of his excellent book "Lapstrake Canoes", David Nichols says: "The most basic [way to measure epoxy] is the 1 ounce cup. These...
Measure and Mix in these handy cups
These 16 oz. plastic measuring cups are handy for measuring larger batches of epoxy. Can be used several times over. Graduated scales in both ounces and milliliters.
These syringes are popular for adding precice amounts of epoxy to places that are hard to get to. We have two sizes available - a large, 60 milliliter syringe with a plastic tip and a small, 10 ml one with a blunt metal needle.
These fillet sticks are accurately cut from 4mm Okoume plywood to making perfect fillets. They range from 1-1/8" to 1/4" radius. Makes a great gift for a boat building buddy that has everything.
For a PDF file containing instructions by Russell...