How to Fiberglass a Boat Book & DVD Combo
|Item Number: 16-037|
Because of the popularity of our How to Fiberglass book and DVD, we have combined the two together at a special discount! If purchased separately, you would pay $51.90--you save almost $7 when you purchase the Combination! You can see the fiberglass process AND read the book to reinforce what you have seen. Plus, the book is a great reference tool while in your shop working on your boat! Get your set today and one for a friend!
The How to Fiberglass a Boat BOOK presents the most up-to-date and complete information available from a single source for anyone interested in covering new or used boats with a protective layer of fiberglass using either polyester or epoxy resins. This easy-to-read book takes the fear and mystery out of fiberglass work and helps the amateur avoid costly and tedious pitfalls. The clearly described methods are both simple and proven, making a first-class job possible by anyone willing to follow the easy non-technical instructions. Topics include fiberglass sheathing materials and which to use, resins, hardeners, catalysts, pigments, "wet" and "dry" application methods, "tips" the pros use, safety aspects, estimating materials, surface prep for both old and new boats, finishing methods, and much more! Inaddition to fiberglass, alternative materials such as polypropylene, "Dynel", "Arabol", "Kevlar", and carbon fiber are covered as they apply to sheathings.
by Ken Hankinson
Over 100 photos and illustrations, glossery, index, 120 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", softcover, 1986.
The How to Fiberglass a Boat DVD teaches you how to fiberglass the easy way, by looking over the shoulder of an expert who is working on actual boats. This video can easily pay for itself by preventing mistakes that can waste expensive fiberglassing materials. HOW TO FIBERGLASS A BOAT explains the process of covering a boat with fiberglass using epoxy and polyester resins, applied by both "wet" and "dry" methods. The DVD shows in a few scenes what may take pages of written text to explain. The scenes showing cloth application and smoothing out the inevitable wrinkles and air bubbles illustrate how easy the task can be when you know the "tricks". The section on making and using resin-putty will be of special interest to Stitch-N-Glue boatbuilders as will the detailed explanations and views of taping seams with standard and biaxial fiberglass.
The DVD is 90 minutes.