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Gelcoats are defined by the base unsaturated polyester resins. We offer several different grades of Gelcoats specifically based on Ortho, ISO and NPG resin systems. The relative percentages of these resins in the Gelcoat determines the final properties of the product, such as:

- Weatherability
- Color stability
- Water/Osmosis resistance
- Durability
- Chemical resistance
- UV light stability
- Ease of application

Directions for use:
Step 1: The application site should be wiped clean of contaminants such as dust and debris. If coating a mold, the mold must be waxed, buffed, and prepped prior to catalyzing the Gelcoat.
Step 2: Gelcoat must be stirred/agitated, preferably with use of a mechanical agitator. Be careful not to whip air into the Gelcoat.
Step 3: We recommend a catalyst loading of 1.5 to 2% MEKP with a working surface and Gelcoat temperature of about 77°F. Please refer to Catalyst Concentration Chart for quantities. Mix thoroughly.
Step 4: For best results, Gelcoat should be sprayed on to the application surface or mold at about 25 mils (measured using depth gauge) in order to achieve a final optimum cured Gelcoat thickness of 18 to 22 mils.
Step 5: For out of mold applications, a second coat can be applied prior to complete cure of the initial coat, unless Gelcoat contains wax.
Step 6: The coating should be cured before sanding and buffing. Allowing to cure overnight is preferred.
Step 7: Refer to Additive Chart for quantities of sanding aid for use in final coat / post mold / out of mold applications.
Item#:
138196
 
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34.71
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Gelcoats are defined by the base unsaturated polyester resins. We offer several different grades of Gelcoats specifically based on Ortho, ISO and NPG resin systems. The relative percentages of these resins in the Gelcoat determines the final properties of the product, such as:

- Weatherability
- Color stability
- Water/Osmosis resistance
- Durability
- Chemical resistance
- UV light stability
- Ease of application

Directions for use:
Step 1: The application site should be wiped clean of contaminants such as dust and debris. If coating a mold, the mold must be waxed, buffed, and prepped prior to catalyzing the Gelcoat.
Step 2: Gelcoat must be stirred/agitated, preferably with use of a mechanical agitator. Be careful not to whip air into the Gelcoat.
Step 3: We recommend a catalyst loading of 1.5 to 2% MEKP with a working surface and Gelcoat temperature of about 77°F. Please refer to Catalyst Concentration Chart for quantities. Mix thoroughly.
Step 4: For best results, Gelcoat should be sprayed on to the application surface or mold at about 25 mils (measured using depth gauge) in order to achieve a final optimum cured Gelcoat thickness of 18 to 22 mils.
Step 5: For out of mold applications, a second coat can be applied prior to complete cure of the initial coat, unless Gelcoat contains wax.
Step 6: The coating should be cured before sanding and buffing. Allowing to cure overnight is preferred.
Step 7: Refer to Additive Chart for quantities of sanding aid for use in final coat / post mold / out of mold applications.
Item#:
138197
 
Ground Shipping Only
101.68
Each
Gelcoats are defined by the base unsaturated polyester resins. We offer several different grades of Gelcoats specifically based on Ortho, ISO and NPG resin systems. The relative percentages of these resins in the Gelcoat determines the final properties of the product, such as:

- Weatherability
- Color stability
- Water/Osmosis resistance
- Durability
- Chemical resistance
- UV light stability
- Ease of application

Directions for use:
Step 1: The application site should be wiped clean of contaminants such as dust and debris. If coating a mold, the mold must be waxed, buffed, and prepped prior to catalyzing the Gelcoat.
Step 2: Gelcoat must be stirred/agitated, preferably with use of a mechanical agitator. Be careful not to whip air into the Gelcoat.
Step 3: We recommend a catalyst loading of 1.5 to 2% MEKP with a working surface and Gelcoat temperature of about 77°F. Please refer to Catalyst Concentration Chart for quantities. Mix thoroughly.
Step 4: For best results, Gelcoat should be sprayed on to the application surface or mold at about 25 mils (measured using depth gauge) in order to achieve a final optimum cured Gelcoat thickness of 18 to 22 mils.
Step 5: For out of mold applications, a second coat can be applied prior to complete cure of the initial coat, unless Gelcoat contains wax.
Step 6: The coating should be cured before sanding and buffing. Allowing to cure overnight is preferred.
Step 7: Refer to Additive Chart for quantities of sanding aid for use in final coat / post mold / out of mold applications.
Item#:
138198
 
Ground Shipping Only
38.38
Each
Gelcoats are defined by the base unsaturated polyester resins. We offer several different grades of Gelcoats specifically based on Ortho, ISO and NPG resin systems. The relative percentages of these resins in the Gelcoat determines the final properties of the product, such as:

- Weatherability
- Color stability
- Water/Osmosis resistance
- Durability
- Chemical resistance
- UV light stability
- Ease of application

Directions for use:
Step 1: The application site should be wiped clean of contaminants such as dust and debris. If coating a mold, the mold must be waxed, buffed, and prepped prior to catalyzing the Gelcoat.
Step 2: Gelcoat must be stirred/agitated, preferably with use of a mechanical agitator. Be careful not to whip air into the Gelcoat.
Step 3: We recommend a catalyst loading of 1.5 to 2% MEKP with a working surface and Gelcoat temperature of about 77°F. Please refer to Catalyst Concentration Chart for quantities. Mix thoroughly.
Step 4: For best results, Gelcoat should be sprayed on to the application surface or mold at about 25 mils (measured using depth gauge) in order to achieve a final optimum cured Gelcoat thickness of 18 to 22 mils.
Step 5: For out of mold applications, a second coat can be applied prior to complete cure of the initial coat, unless Gelcoat contains wax.
Step 6: The coating should be cured before sanding and buffing. Allowing to cure overnight is preferred.
Step 7: Refer to Additive Chart for quantities of sanding aid for use in final coat / post mold / out of mold applications.
Item#:
138199
 
Ground Shipping Only
115.18
Each
Gelcoats are defined by the base unsaturated polyester resins. We offer several different grades of Gelcoats specifically based on Ortho, ISO and NPG resin systems. The relative percentages of these resins in the Gelcoat determines the final properties of the product, such as:

- Weatherability
- Color stability
- Water/Osmosis resistance
- Durability
- Chemical resistance
- UV light stability
- Ease of application

Directions for use:
Step 1: The application site should be wiped clean of contaminants such as dust and debris. If coating a mold, the mold must be waxed, buffed, and prepped prior to catalyzing the Gelcoat.
Step 2: Gelcoat must be stirred/agitated, preferably with use of a mechanical agitator. Be careful not to whip air into the Gelcoat.
Step 3: We recommend a catalyst loading of 1.5 to 2% MEKP with a working surface and Gelcoat temperature of about 77°F. Please refer to Catalyst Concentration Chart for quantities. Mix thoroughly.
Step 4: For best results, Gelcoat should be sprayed on to the application surface or mold at about 25 mils (measured using depth gauge) in order to achieve a final optimum cured Gelcoat thickness of 18 to 22 mils.
Step 5: For out of mold applications, a second coat can be applied prior to complete cure of the initial coat, unless Gelcoat contains wax.
Step 6: The coating should be cured before sanding and buffing. Allowing to cure overnight is preferred.
Step 7: Refer to Additive Chart for quantities of sanding aid for use in final coat / post mold / out of mold applications.
Item#:
138200
 
Ground Shipping Only
37.89
Each
Gelcoats are defined by the base unsaturated polyester resins. We offer several different grades of Gelcoats specifically based on Ortho, ISO and NPG resin systems. The relative percentages of these resins in the Gelcoat determines the final properties of the product, such as:

- Weatherability
- Color stability
- Water/Osmosis resistance
- Durability
- Chemical resistance
- UV light stability
- Ease of application

Directions for use:
Step 1: The application site should be wiped clean of contaminants such as dust and debris. If coating a mold, the mold must be waxed, buffed, and prepped prior to catalyzing the Gelcoat.
Step 2: Gelcoat must be stirred/agitated, preferably with use of a mechanical agitator. Be careful not to whip air into the Gelcoat.
Step 3: We recommend a catalyst loading of 1.5 to 2% MEKP with a working surface and Gelcoat temperature of about 77°F. Please refer to Catalyst Concentration Chart for quantities. Mix thoroughly.
Step 4: For best results, Gelcoat should be sprayed on to the application surface or mold at about 25 mils (measured using depth gauge) in order to achieve a final optimum cured Gelcoat thickness of 18 to 22 mils.
Step 5: For out of mold applications, a second coat can be applied prior to complete cure of the initial coat, unless Gelcoat contains wax.
Step 6: The coating should be cured before sanding and buffing. Allowing to cure overnight is preferred.
Step 7: Refer to Additive Chart for quantities of sanding aid for use in final coat / post mold / out of mold applications.
Item#:
138201
 
Ground Shipping Only
99.04
Each
Gelcoats are defined by the base unsaturated polyester resins. We offer several different grades of Gelcoats specifically based on Ortho, ISO and NPG resin systems. The relative percentages of these resins in the Gelcoat determines the final properties of the product, such as:

- Weatherability
- Color stability
- Water/Osmosis resistance
- Durability
- Chemical resistance
- UV light stability
- Ease of application

Directions for use:
Step 1: The application site should be wiped clean of contaminants such as dust and debris. If coating a mold, the mold must be waxed, buffed, and prepped prior to catalyzing the Gelcoat.
Step 2: Gelcoat must be stirred/agitated, preferably with use of a mechanical agitator. Be careful not to whip air into the Gelcoat.
Step 3: We recommend a catalyst loading of 1.5 to 2% MEKP with a working surface and Gelcoat temperature of about 77°F. Please refer to Catalyst Concentration Chart for quantities. Mix thoroughly.
Step 4: For best results, Gelcoat should be sprayed on to the application surface or mold at about 25 mils (measured using depth gauge) in order to achieve a final optimum cured Gelcoat thickness of 18 to 22 mils.
Step 5: For out of mold applications, a second coat can be applied prior to complete cure of the initial coat, unless Gelcoat contains wax.
Step 6: The coating should be cured before sanding and buffing. Allowing to cure overnight is preferred.
Step 7: Refer to Additive Chart for quantities of sanding aid for use in final coat / post mold / out of mold applications.
Item#:
138202
 
Ground Shipping Only
34.59
Each
Gelcoats are defined by the base unsaturated polyester resins. We offer several different grades of Gelcoats specifically based on Ortho, ISO and NPG resin systems. The relative percentages of these resins in the Gelcoat determines the final properties of the product, such as:

- Weatherability
- Color stability
- Water/Osmosis resistance
- Durability
- Chemical resistance
- UV light stability
- Ease of application

Directions for use:
Step 1: The application site should be wiped clean of contaminants such as dust and debris. If coating a mold, the mold must be waxed, buffed, and prepped prior to catalyzing the Gelcoat.
Step 2: Gelcoat must be stirred/agitated, preferably with use of a mechanical agitator. Be careful not to whip air into the Gelcoat.
Step 3: We recommend a catalyst loading of 1.5 to 2% MEKP with a working surface and Gelcoat temperature of about 77°F. Please refer to Catalyst Concentration Chart for quantities. Mix thoroughly.
Step 4: For best results, Gelcoat should be sprayed on to the application surface or mold at about 25 mils (measured using depth gauge) in order to achieve a final optimum cured Gelcoat thickness of 18 to 22 mils.
Step 5: For out of mold applications, a second coat can be applied prior to complete cure of the initial coat, unless Gelcoat contains wax.
Step 6: The coating should be cured before sanding and buffing. Allowing to cure overnight is preferred.
Step 7: Refer to Additive Chart for quantities of sanding aid for use in final coat / post mold / out of mold applications.
Item#:
138203
 
Ground Shipping Only
110.30
Each
  FGCIs Brushable Gelcoat is a unique proprietary product with excellent leveling characteristics, allowing application by paintbrush or roller without leaving brush marks or streaking. The ease of application makes this the perfect gelcoat for repairs and small parts production with no wax needed. 
 Brushable Gelcoat consists of an high quality (ISO/NPG) resin based system and superior additives that determine the final properties of the product, such as: 
- Excellent leveling 
- Water/Osmosis resistance 
- UV light stability 
- Gloss retention 
- Long term durability 
 Brushable Gelcoat is formulated to be applied like paint and eliminates the need of spray equipment. 
 Excessive brushing may cause pinholes. 
 A second coat may be required to achieve full hide/coverage when applying to darker surfaces. 
 FGCIs Brushable Gelcoat is suited for a variety of applications, including: 
- Marine repair 
- Sanitary ware 
- In-mold or post mold coatings 
- Fiberglass Reinforced Parts (FRP) applications 
- Small part production 


Directions for use: 

Step 1: The application site should be wiped clean of contaminants such as dust and debris. If coating a mold, the mold must be waxed, buffed, and prepped prior to catalyzing the Brushable Gelcoat. 
Step 2: Brushable Gelcoat must be stirred/agitated before use, preferably with a mechanical agitator. Be careful not to whip air into Brushable Gelcoat. 
Step 3: We recommend a catalyst loading of 1.5 to 2% MEKP with a working surface and Gelcoat temperature of about 77°F. Please refer to Catalyst Concentration Chart for quantities. Mix thoroughly. 
Step 4: For best results, Brushable Gelcoat should be applied with smooth brush strokes yielding a wet film thickness of 12-14 mils in out of mold applications (measured using depth gauge). A minimum of 20 mils are required in a mold. 
Step 5: In general, a second coat can be applied prior to complete cure of the initial coat, unless the Gelcoat contains wax. 
Step 6: Gelcoat should be cured before sanding and buffing. Allowing to cure overnight is preferred. 
Item#:
138612
 
Ground Shipping Only
97.53
Each
90.65
Each
Patch Booster is an additive that significantly improves the application, appearance and longevity of gelcoat patches.

SS Patch Booster eliminates the need to thin, side-promote, or add wax to gelcoat prior to patching.

Formulation enhancements have lengthened the shelf life of a sealed can to (1) year, while maintaining a sand able cure in 1-3 hours.

 

OUR NEW FORMULA IS NOW A 5:1 RATIO!! Now the product goes farther for the same low price!

·         Faster Cure

·         Harder Patch

·         Superior Weathering

·         Maximum Viscosity Reduction

·         Increased Working Time

·         Long Shelf Life

 

Item#:
140965
 
Ground Shipping Only
35.49
Each
Patch Booster is an additive that significantly improves the application, appearance and longevity of gelcoat patches.

SS Patch Booster eliminates the need to thin, side-promote, or add wax to gelcoat prior to patching.

Formulation enhancements have lengthened the shelf life of a sealed can to (1) year, while maintaining a sand able cure in 1-3 hours.

 

OUR NEW FORMULA IS NOW A 5:1 RATIO!! Now the product goes farther for the same low price!

·         Faster Cure

·         Harder Patch

·         Superior Weathering

·         Maximum Viscosity Reduction

·         Increased Working Time

·         Long Shelf Life

 

Item#:
140966
 
Ground Shipping Only
68.13
Each
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