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  • 4 oz. E Fiberglass Cloth at 30" Wide:

4 oz E; The most common and widely used fabric for surfboard construction. At Essence Surf our Standard Glass Type consists of (1) layer of 4ozE on the bottom and (2) Layers of 4ozE cross weave on the top. This glass has an easy wet out and when used with a good squeegee the glasser can get suburb results. Any Questions? If so please feel free to Contact US anytime.

At Essence Surf we primarily use Aerialite fabrics which are specifically designed to provide superior handling and cleanliness to insure a smooth manufacturing process from start to finish. Because of BGF's new proprietary processing, Aerialite® fabric exhibits improved wetout and clarity which increases laminate strength and provides a smoother whiter surface to make graphics stand out above the rest.

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4 oz. E Fiberglass Cloth at 30" Wide:

4 oz. E; The most common and widely used fabric for surfboard construction. At Essence Surf our Standard Glass Type consists of (1) layer of 4ozE on the bottom and (2) Layers of 4ozE cross weave on the top. This glass has an easy wet out and when used with a good squeegee the glasser can get suburb results. Any Questions? If so please feel free to Contact US anytime.

At Essence Surf we primarily use Aerialite fabrics which are specifically designed to provide superior handling and cleanliness to insure a smooth manufacturing process from start to finish. Because of BGF's new proprietary processing, Aerialite® fabric exhibits improved wetout and clarity which increases laminate strength and provides a smoother whiter surface to make graphics stand out above the rest.

 







 



 















4 oz @30" Wide E Cloth. Starting at 10 yards. ($4.15/yd) Aerialite

$41.50
SKU:
BGF-1522-30-A218
Availability:
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Current Stock:
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