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    question on fleece

    How thick or heavy is the fleece most often used in forming fiberglass enclosures?







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    Re: question on fleece

    anywhere between pajama thickness, to sweatpants thickness to trunk carpet thickness. I use pajama material myself and back it with fiberglass.




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    Re: question on fleece

    I also use pajama/thin sweat pants material. Keep it on the outside if at all possible, and put a real glassmat layer on the back. That way, sanding is much easier. A good rule it, the uglier the fleece, the stronger it is



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    Re: question on fleece

    I got duckies on mine




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    Re: question on fleece

    Quote Originally Posted by snebes
    I also use pajama/thin sweat pants material. Keep it on the outside if at all possible, and put a real glassmat layer on the back. That way, sanding is much easier. A good rule it, the uglier the fleece, the stronger it is

    Just a myth, Sick **** green, black, hunter orange, and plain white have all worked well so far...

    The only thing that adds anything is that magical Ultar SQ gumdrop fleece REQ had there for a while...



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    Re: question on fleece

    I thought you could use stereo grill cover...thats really thin and really stretchy




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    Re: question on fleece

    Pantyhose is another good one for odd shaped sections.

    I use enclosure carpet mostly, soak it well and You'll only need one layer. That is to say, one layer of carpet ontop of 2-3 layers of actual glass.

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    Re: question on fleece

    Quote Originally Posted by NjccBflo
    Pantyhose is another good one for odd shaped sections.
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    Re: question on fleece

    the 3rd one?



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    Re: question on fleece

    Ok, thanks guys




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