|Developed especially for working with epoxies, this wide hard rubber squeegee is superior to the plastic types. Can be easily cleaned and reused many times.
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This squeegee seems very nice. Its base is 3/8 thick-not flimsy at all.
If you are building in composites, you are probably intending to use the epoxy wipe (Cory Bird) shortcut in finishing. This spreader is _much_ preferred for that work - the plastic ones are useful for spreading micro, but use this rubber one for the pure epoxy coats.
Grabs bagging films and distorts fibbers. They’re solid and firm but the plastic ones that don’t grab anything are much better
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