Re: How to clean a chip b

Posted by Jay on Jan 28, 2007

I agree. in fact, next build I'm thinking of not using a chip brush at all. I really liked using the rollers and foam brushes. In hindsight I thought the chip brush put epoxy on too heavy and sucked up alot into the bristles. although this is my first build, I can now look back and say that I think I wasted some epoxy on the interior, maybe added some weight (not much), created runs and drips that I had to sand out later for asthetics and personal expectations, but most importantly, extra $$$ for extra epoxy. Of the rollers, Redtree makes a good one, and for $3+ I can cut a 12" into thirds bringing to about the same cost of a chip brush.

In Response to: Re: How to clean a chip b by cyrus on Jan 28, 2007