Made of millions of tiny, hollow, glass bubbles. Microspheres are a lightweight, non absorbent filler that can be used to extend resin, and make easy sanding fairing putties when used with other fillers. Not recommended for structural glue joints. Use with Silica Thickener to prevent sagging on vertical surfaces. Microspheres ...
An excellent thixotropic agent which is used to control the flow qualities of epoxy or fiberglass resin. In small quantities, it reduces the tendency of resin to slump on vertical or overhead applications. In larger quantities, it turns resin into a gap filling gel or putty that retains all the liquid resin's bonding strength. ...
Thin glass fibers chopped to 1/4” lengths. Chopped Strand adds strength and gap filling to any mixture of fillers and resin.
Includes MAS, colloidal silica, cell-o-fill tc40, microballons, and wood flour
Hollow reddish brown spheres used to make light weight fairing & filleting compounds. Good sanding feather edge sanding properties. Slightly better sag resistant properties than the white bubbles.
These are ground glass fibers that add moderate strength when added to resin. Shorter than Chopped Strand, they make a fiberous jelly-like product, perfect for strong fillet-type joints. Use with Silica Thickener to prevent sagging.
Talc available in bulk quantity; sold in 50lb bag, gallon, and quart sizes.
Very fine wood powder. Good strength, medium sanding. Most common use is for filleting. Light to Medium Brown in colour. Can be mixed with Colodial / Fumed Silica for a smoother paste.