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Glass Fabrics

Episize™ Glass Fabrics are ideal for building composite laminates and repairing fibreglass structures. They may also be used to provide an abrasion-resistant covering for wood structures. When thoroughly wetted with WEST SYSTEM epoxy, the lighter fabrics become transparent, allowing a clear, natural wood finish.

Designed for:

  • Durability
  • Abrasion Resistance
  • Impact Resistance
  • Skinning


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Create an abrasion and moisture-resistant surface in:

  • Fibreglass Repairs
  • Architectural Repair/Construction
  • Marine
  • Structural Applications


  • Woven E-Glass Fabric
  • Colour | White


  • 740-5 I 5m 135g/m² 0/90° Plain Weave Glass Cloth 1000mm wide
  • 740-10 I 10m (Approx = 4oz) as (136g/m² = 4oz
  • 740-25 I 25m
  • 740-50  I 50m
  • 740-100 I 100m
  • 741B I 1m² Pack 200g/m² 0/90° Plain Weave Glass Cloth 1000mm wide
  • 741-5 I 5m (Approx = 6oz) as (203g/m² = 6oz)
  • 741-10 I 10m
  • 741-25 I 25m
  • 741-50 I 50m
  • 741-100 I 100m
  • 742-5 I 5m 200g/m² 0/90° Twill Weave Glass Cloth 1200mm wide
  • 742-10 I 10m (Approx = 6oz) as (203g/m² = 6oz)
  • 742-25 I 25m
  • 742-50 I 50m
  • 742-100 I 100m
  • 743-5 I 5m 280g/m² 0/90° 4H Satin Weave Tapered Edges 1000mm wide
  • 743-10 I 10m (Approx = 8oz) as (271g/m² = 8oz)
  • 743-25 I 25m
  • 743-50 I 50m
  • 743-100 I 100m
  • 746-100 I 100m

Fibreglass Facts


The term “laminating” refers to the process of bonding numbers of relatively thin layers, like plywood, veneers, fabrics, or core material to create a composite. A composite may be any number of layers of the same material or combinations of different materials. Methods of epoxy application and clamping will differ depending on what you are laminating.

Fibreglass Repairs

Recently we revised our most popular instruction manual, Fibreglass Boat Repair & Maintenance, bringing it up to date and expanding it to 146 pages. It contains the very latest fibreglass repair techniques and features complete sections devoted to repairing cracks, holes, damaged skins, cores, keels, and rudders, installing hardware, installing teak veneer decks, gelcoat blister repair and prevention, and final fairing and finishing.

Fibreglass Repairs withWEST SYSTEM EPOXY