The most economical of reinforcing fabrics, mat is random lengths of glass fibers laid down in a random pattern and held together with a resin-soluble binder. This construction provides equal strength in all directions, wets out
easily, and quickly builds thick, rigid laminates. Compared to woven cloth, laminations made of mat use more resin, making them more rigid, more waterproof, but overall lower in strength. Because of the binders used to hold
mat together, it is not a recommended fabric to use with epoxy.
* Please Note: Our shipping calculator recognizes fiberglass, vacuum bagging materials and any other item that is shipped on a roll as an individual parcel and charges for each item. If you are ordering more than one part number shipped on a roll or additional small items in most cases we can combine these into one parcel and charge a lower shipping rate. Please call us if your checkout shipping seems high.