The Finale! Applying Awlgrip Nonskid Over Various Fiberglass Repairs

This is the last of a 5 part series which outlines every step from repairing different types of fiberglass damage, thru the priming, painting and applying Awlgrip nonskid for a newly refinished deck! If you haven’t seen the previous episodes CHECK THEM OUT! They are posted on the home page of this site! Materials used in this episode: ~ Awlgrip Topside Paint ~ Awlcat #3 Brush Converter AKA Catalyst / Hardener ~ T0031 Reducer (SLOW Evaporating Thinner) ~ T0002 Reducer (FAST Evaporating Thinner) ~ Awlgrip…

Awlgrip 545 Primer Over Fiberglass Repairs

This episode continues through the finishing process after making the various fiberglass repairs around the boat. The primer is applied and sanded with the first coat of Awlgrip paint rolled and tipped. The next episode will go over adding the non-skid texture and finishing the project! Visit our website for more additional information www.boatworkstoday.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter! Materials used in this episode: ~ Awlgrip 545 Primer (White) mixed 1:1 with coverter ~ Awlgrip topside paint, Awlcat #3 brush converter mixed 2:1…

Fiberglass Repair ~ Stress Cracks

This video is part 3 of a series on fiberglass that focuses on how to repair a very common type of damage in preparation of applying a new non-skid surface using Awlgrip paint. Stress cracks can be identified as long(er) parallel surface cracks on the hull or deck. Most common location for these to occur is on corners and radius’s where the layup of fiberglass is typically thinner, and the amount of resin is usually more than what it should be. The materials used in…

Detailed Video On A Few Types Of Fiberglass Repair

OK, I wanted to provide enough detail for each type of fiberglass repair, but by doing so I wasn’t able to cover all of the different types of repairs that I wanted (at least in this video).. So, I had to break the content up a bit. BUT, there is a lot of good info in this as well as the next video to come! I promise 🙂 FYI, it is a 30 min video so set aside a little time to watch it all!!…

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