|02-05-2011 07:18 PM|
There is a waterbased product you spray on to stop the glass from sticking. Find a local 'glass supply, and they will have it.
They will also have the ribbed roller you need to roll out bubbles... the glass mat,... resin & hardener... acetone for cleanup, etc..
|02-05-2011 06:50 PM|
I was just watching these guys in this interior thread with some real good ideas.
|02-05-2011 06:24 PM|
|02-05-2011 06:22 PM|
homemade fiberglass hood
Ok guys when I was a little pisser as my grandpa called me I BARLEY remember him a time or two making fiberglass hoods from scratch for I wanna say a Chevy II &maybe a c10 I think it was it had a chop top&dump bed.Ill try to scan&upload a pic asap...anyhow all I really remember is he had saw horses set up &he had the original hood&he sprayed something on it&layed fiberglass&shot idk if it was clear or a glue them he used some kind of roller&thats about all my adhd could handle before I was hoping on a dirt bike or kicking one of my cousins or picking up rocks for nickels Anyhow I just remember the hoods being just like the oem but one of em had some kinda vents in em.Id like to experiment with this&have some fun any ideas?Is there a book I can buy?What materials do I need?Does anyone make kits for this?Anyone done this before>If so any pix?Thanks fellas!