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Polyester Topcoat

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conf_polyester_topcoat
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Quick Overview

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

The FibreGlassDirect Standard Topcoat is both Lloyd's and WRAS Approved. Our standard colours are Clear, Black, White, Dove Grey, Dark Olive and Bright Blue.

Clear Topcoat may be pigmented with a range of colours on offer from FibreGlassDirect. After adding Clear to the Cart, visit our Pigment section to choose from a vast range of colours.

Highest quality brush topcoat based on Lloyds approved isophthalic acid base resin giving superb mechanical, physical and UV stability properties. 

A small addition of wax solution allows this topcoat to cure to a tack free finish making it ideal for use in sealing fibreglass surfaces. 

As it is Lloyds and WRAS approved it is suitable for use in Marine and Boat maintainance applications and also in contact with potable water.

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Gelcoat is not a finishing coat; it is painted onto moulds/plugs and remains tacky after it cures. Resin and Glass are generally applied on top of the Gelcoat. It forms the hard, smooth shiny surface of the finished article and is usually pigmented. It paints on easily but does not drain from vertical surfaces. Use Read more

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If the area has an old layer of Topcoat which you wish to refresh there is no need to prime the area with a product such as G4 for example. You will, however, need to sand down the area, wipe down with Acetone and reapply a new layer of Topcoat/GRP materials if required.

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To answer this question in a lot of detail, we have created a comprehensive guide in our how-to section which is available to Read more

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The shelf life of Catalyst is approximately 6 months. It is important that the catalyst is stored in its original packaging in a cool, dry location away from sunlight. As Catalyst is an extremely flammable chemical, it is important to refer to MSDS and TDS sheets before use.

This depends on the type of mould you are trying to make (male or female). In this case it sounds like you need a gelcoat rather than a topcoat. Please refer to our guide on making a mould which will detail the mould making process.

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