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  1. Polyester Gelcoat Polyester Gelcoat
    Polyester Gelcoat
    £9.18 £7.65

    WRAS Approved range of coloured Polyester Gelcoats. Choose from White, Black, Dove Grey, Bright Blue or Dark Olive. If you require a bespoke colour, choose 'Clear' which may be pigmented to your desired colour. 

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  2. Polyester Topcoat Polyester Topcoat
    Polyester Topcoat
    £8.04 £6.70

    Polyester Topcoat which acts as a final, waterproof barrier that will cure tack-free. This Topcoat is Lloyd's & WRAS approved.  

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  3. Fire Retardant Roofing Topcoat & Catalyst Fire Retardant Roofing Topcoat & Catalyst
    Fire Retardant Roofing Topcoat & Catalyst
    £30.66 £25.55

    Fire retardant Topcoat specifically formulated for Fibreglass Flat Roofing applications. This Topcoat will cure to a tack-free finish and comes in a Dark Admiralty Grey colour. It is also supplied with catalyst addition, which is 2%. 

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  4. Non-Slip Topcoat & Catalyst Non-Slip Topcoat & Catalyst
    Non-Slip Topcoat & Catalyst
    £8.34 £6.95

    An Isophthalic Lloyds approved brush topcoat that dries to a tack free surface. Polymer granules have been added to provide a non-slip texture when cured making it ideal for Boat decks, Walkways and Balconies and anywhere a safe non-slip surface is required. 

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The Topcoats available from FibreGlassDirect are an Isophthalic Lloyds approved brush topcoat that dries to a tack free surface. Polymer granules have been added to provide a non-slip texture when cured making it ideal for Boat decks, Walkways and Balconies and anywhere a safe non-slip surface is required. Our high-quality non-slip topcoat is UV resistant, water resistant and hard wearing. A firm favourite with our customers at FibreGlassDirect.

Gelcoats are applied to a mould surface to provide a protective exterior layer to a laminate, generally at a thickness of 0.75-1.25mm. An isophthalic resin is used in gelcoat to give enhanced weathering protection and scratch resistance. Gelcoats can be pigmented to a vast range of colours and will mirror the gloss level of the mould it is used on.