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High-Quality Fiberglass and Carbon Fiber for All Your Projects

Versatile and Durable Materials for Every Need

At ProglasEpoxy, we offer a range of high-quality fiberglass and carbon fiber products designed for diverse applications. Whether you're working on a DIY project, building a boat, or crafting custom automotive parts, our materials provide the strength and durability you need. Our collection includes various weights and weaves, ensuring you can find the perfect fit for your specific requirements. Explore our selection to enhance your next project with top-tier materials that deliver reliable performance and excellent results.

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.75 oz x 38.75 oz x 38
.75 oz x 38" Wide Fiberglass Cloth

Lightweight fiberglass cloth that is a common hobby fabric often used on model airplanes. It is used when a very thin laminate is needed. It can be used as a finishing cloth as well. Wear latex...

1.5 oz x 501.5 oz x 50
1.5 oz x 50" Wide Fiberglass Cloth

Lightweight fiberglass surfacing fabric popular in the RC industry. Creates a smooth finish. Plain weave, Volan finish, 2.2 mil thick. **Click Size in Box to see all Options**

4 oz x 504 oz x 50
4 oz x 50" Wide Fiberglass Cloth

Lightweight, smooth, plain weave fiberglass cloth that is great when a clear laminate is needed. This 4 ounce fiberglass is often used as a surfacing fabric. It is popular for use with surfboards and sailboats. ...

6 oz x 406 oz x 40
6 oz x 40" Wide Fiberglass Cloth

Six ounce fiberglass cloth is a great general purpose fiberglass that is light weight and smooth. It is our most popular mid-weight fiberglass cloth. It is a plain weave fabric that is often used on...

6 oz. x 506 oz. x 50
6 oz. x 50" Fiberglass Cloth

Our most popular general purpose fiberglass cloth. This 6 ounce fiberglass cloth is light weight and smooth. It is often used on surfboards, sailboats, cedar strip canoes and small boat construction. The plain weave provides...

10 oz x 3810 oz x 38
10 oz x 38" Fiberglass Cloth

Popular heavy weight general purpose fiberglass cloth. This 10 ounce fiberglass cloth is used when high strength parts are needed. It is often used in the construction and repair of boats as well as in...

Fiberglass Tape- 6 oz.- 50 yard rollFiberglass Tape- 6 oz.- 50 yard roll
Fiberglass Tape- 6 oz.- 50 yard roll

Fiberglass tape comes in narrower widths than fiberglass fabric. It is great for smaller applications including winding. Perfect for seams and repair work. It has a selvage edge to prevent unraveling. It is easily saturated...

Carbon Fiber Fabric Plain Weave- 5.7 oz x 50
Carbon Fiber Fabric Plain Weave- 5.7 oz x 50" Width

Carbon fiber plain weave fabric is light weight and provides uniform strength horizontally and vertically. It is recommended to use epoxy resin with this carbon fiber.

Knitted Fabric- Style 1708- 25.3 oz x 50
Knitted Fabric- Style 1708- 25.3 oz x 50" Wide

Knit Fabric Style 1708 is a layer of fabric stitched to a layer of chopped strand mat. Since it is stitched instead of held together with a styrene binder, it is compatible with epoxy resin....

Woven Roving 24 oz x 50
Woven Roving 24 oz x 50" Wide

Woven roving is a heavy duty plain weave fiberglass that is great for boat building. It builds up thickness quickly and adds strength. It is perfect for flat surfaces. It can be paired with chopped...

Carbon Fiber Fabric Twill Weave- 5.7 oz x 50
Carbon Fiber Fabric Twill Weave- 5.7 oz x 50"

This 5.7 oz Carbon Fiber Twill weave fabric is our most popular carbon. The twill weave is known for it's good looks. It is light weight and conforms easier than the plain weave carbon fiber....

Fiberglass and carbon fiber uses

What is Fiberglass?

Fiberglass, made from fine fibers of glass, is a versatile material used in various industries due to its strength, durability, and lightweight properties. It is commonly utilized in applications ranging from automotive and marine to construction and sports equipment.

Types of Fiberglass Cloth

0.75 oz x 38" Wide

Usage: This lightweight cloth is perfect for model airplanes, thin laminates, and other applications where minimal weight is crucial.

1.5 oz x 50" Wide

Usage: Ideal for RC models and other lightweight structures, this cloth ensures smooth finishes and precise applications.

4 oz x 50" Wide

Usage: Commonly used in surfboards and sailboats, this fiberglass cloth offers a clear, strong laminate that stands up to harsh marine environments.

6 oz x 40" and 50" Wide

Usage: Versatile for boat building, canoes, and general-purpose applications, this medium-weight cloth provides a balance of strength and ease of use.

10 oz x 38" Wide
Usage: This heavy-duty cloth is used for high-strength parts and boat repairs, offering superior durability and impact resistance.

Types of Carbon Fiber Fabric
Plain Weave - 5.7 oz x 50"
Usage: Suitable for automotive parts, sports equipment, and projects requiring uniform strength and lightweight properties. The plain weave offers a balance of ease of use and durability.

Twill Weave - 5.7 oz x 50"

Usage: Chosen for its aesthetic appeal and ability to conform to complex shapes, this fabric is great for custom parts and artistic projects.

Knitted and Woven Fabrics

Knitted Fabric (25.3 oz x 50" Wide)
Usage: Combining fabric strength with chopped strand mat, this fabric is ideal for reinforcing large structures, providing heavy-duty support and durability.

Woven Roving (24 oz x 50" Wide
Usage: Used in boat building and other applications requiring high strength and durability, woven roving is essential for heavy-duty projects.

Fiberglass Tape
6 oz - 50 yard roll
Usage: Perfect for reinforcing seams, repairing cracks, and preventing unraveling, this tape is ideal for boat repairs and structural reinforcements.

Practical Applications

Boat Building and Repair: Create durable, waterproof, and strong structures for marine applications.
Automotive and Aerospace: Enhance strength and reduce weight in high-performance vehicles and aircraft.

Sports Equipment:

Improve performance and durability in items like surfboards, skis, and golf clubs.

DIY and Art Projects:

Bring artistic visions to life with versatile, easy-to-work-with materials.

Industrial Uses:

Reinforce tools, fixtures, and composite materials for industrial applications.

Safety and Application Tips

Ensure your workspace is well-ventilated to avoid respiratory irritation.

Protective Gear:

Always wear respirator masks, safety goggles, and gloves.

Surface Preparation:

Clean and sand surfaces to ensure proper adhesion.

At ProglasEpoxy, we are committed to providing the highest quality materials to help you achieve the best results. Whether you're a professional or a DIY enthusiast, our fiberglass and carbon fiber products are designed to meet your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

To cut fiberglass cloth, use sharp scissors or a utility knife. Make sure to wear gloves and a mask to avoid irritation from the fibers. Cutting on a flat surface will help you achieve clean, straight cuts.

Yes, you can paint over fiberglass. First, sand the surface lightly to create a smooth texture, then clean it thoroughly. Use a primer designed for fiberglass, followed by your choice of paint. Allow each layer to dry completely before applying the next.

Store fiberglass cloth in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Keep it in its original packaging or in a sealed plastic bag to protect it from dust and moisture. Avoid folding the cloth to prevent creases.

Fiberglass is made from fine fibers of glass and is known for its strength, durability, and affordability. Carbon fiber is made from thin strands of carbon and is lighter and stronger than fiberglass but also more expensive. Both materials have different applications depending on the requirements of the project.

To apply fiberglass cloth, first prepare the surface by cleaning and sanding it. Cut the cloth to the desired size and mix the epoxy resin. Apply a layer of resin to the surface, lay the fiberglass cloth on top, and then saturate the cloth with more resin. Use a roller to remove air bubbles and smooth out the cloth. Allow it to cure as per the manufacturer's instructions.

Yes, fiberglass cloth is suitable for outdoor projects. It is resistant to weathering, UV rays, and moisture, making it ideal for applications like boats, outdoor furniture, and other structures exposed to the elements.

To clean tools after using epoxy resin, wipe off excess resin with a paper towel while it is still wet. Then, use acetone or isopropyl alcohol to remove any remaining residue. Wash the tools with soap and water and allow them to dry completely.

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