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Thanks Andy…Great video. I so much appreciate the help I have received through the years.
Thanks for sticking with me 😉 !!!
That’s just what I needed for my project. Thank you for all your videos!
Very nice presentations and information.
Thank you Ed! Much appreciated 🙂
Any special reason you used gel coat rather than plain resin?
Great stuff! Thanks!
Mostly because it’s a little thicker, and has color so that I am able to see when I have consistent, even coverage 🙂 Hope this helps!
Pva whats that and were can i buy it
PVA = Poly Vinyl Alcohol (essentially liquid plastic). If you look around online you can find it pretty easily. Some brands to look for would be Partall, Evercoat, etc..
Hi I’ve been watching your videos and I have learned so much. Getting ready to start my floor repair project on my 86 angler and on this video you mentioned that you sprayed PVA over the fiberglass. What is the purpose for this, I thought your main use for the PVA that I have seen on your videos was for basically a quick release, form making,etc.
Only one question, When using gel coat to make a mold of my non skid deck, is hardener added to the gel coat?
You are my TEACHER Any. Thanks. Ops 1 question: Any tape of Gelcoat for the mold?
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