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Polyester Finishing Resin, from Sig!
« on: May 06, 2018, 06:04:21 PM »
Copied from Sig's website.

Currently in stock!

Sig Glass Resin 16oz.
This is a general purpose polyester resin for applying fiberglass cloth or for sealing balsa wood. Glass Resin is a perfect match with Sig Glass Cloth for molding your own cowlings, wheel pants, fuselage shells, boat hulls, and many other items.
 
Glass Resin must be chemically activated with "hardener" in order to cure. It absolutely will not cure unless hardener is added! Because the amount of hardener required can vary slightly depending on the curing time desired, we feel it is a better value for you to buy the resin and hardener separately.

Sig Resin Hardener is PN# SIGGC002 and must be purchased separately.

Note: Glass Resin has a limited shelf life of 2 to 3 years, and should be used promptly. Please do not order more than you can use within that time. Store in a cool place, excessive heat will shorten shelf life.

SKU Number: SIGGR002

Price:    $14.59
 
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