Re: Toto internal glassing / Epoxy vs Fg Resin
- I can provide input on two current topics.
On my Toto I did glass inside and out, mostly because I knew I would
be car topping the boat about an hour to my nearest lake. I think it
would have be fine with no inside taping for boating, but with
strapped to my vehicle traveling at 65 mph I opted for the extra
strength. At the same time I did not use epoxy. Mostly because
fiberglass resin was the only available option for me at the time. I
also used regular flour one buys in the grocery store to thicken. It
was fine for the 3 years I used my Toto. I don't think that I would
do it that way again with epoxy being available but it was a great
inexpensive way to learn.
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--- In Michalak@yahoogroups.com, eric S <u23b_2311@y...> wrote:
> I am just starting to glue up my Toto and I am
> wondering if most Toto builders actually glass the
> internal joints.
> Thank you
> eric s
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- Just to add one more point of data: I glassed taped the seams inside
and out on my Toto. I would think one side taping would be much
weaker although perhaps strong enough as Chuck as found. In my case I
probably sanded a little too much into the glass so I am glad I did