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    FiberGlass.. What Not To Do

    Dont use staples to hold the fleece to your wooden frame.
    Dont Leave your brush in the bucket with the left over resin.
    DO Wear Gloves.

    My first time with glass and I learned so much. Now need more resin and find someone who will love me even though my hands are now fiberglassed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SjLucky
    Dont use staples to hold the fleece to your wooden frame.

    staples are fine as long as you are ABLE to REMOVE them after the first layer of resin
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    sj we need to see a pic of your hands
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    why dont use staples or remove them i used staples in everything i did and left them there cant see anything wrong with it

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    You forgot one important thing about fiberglass resin. dont get it in your eyes. It cause instant permenent blindness up on contact. So please always always wear safety goggle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cproaudio
    You forgot one important thing about fiberglass resin. dont get it in your eyes. It cause instant permenent blindness up on contact. So please always always wear safety goggle.

    This is a good thing to know
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    Cool

    That would be very bad to have it in your eyes unless your wife is ugly.
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    I have some how managed to remove the top layer of skin on m hands thus remove the fiberglass
    The reason why I said not to use staples is that my fleece ripped like crazy and had to redo my first layer.
    Quote Originally Posted by menudude View Post
    thank you all for your help minus the useless post by sjlucky...

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    The first time I bondoe'd my 240Z I glued my left hand to the rocker panel.

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    LOL.. that's funny.. was it hard to get off?

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