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Old 11-18-2013, 05:32 PM
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One of the nice tricks if you are unfamiliar. Let the fabric run past the edge that will be the finished product and cut it with a razor knife when the epoxy is past runny but still not dry. If you have a core and cover it with fiberglass that it the easiest. You can sand it and add layers of fiberglass and epoxy to corners and such. The blue insulating foam makes a good core. Think custom surfboard in the shape you need. Check into local hobby stores for smaller applications.

Sanding and working with fiberglass/ epoxy, especially in a small area use a respirator.
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