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Default How much resin to buy to glass in new floor?

3M BONDO fiberglass resin is on sale at Princess Auto and was wondering how many gallon cans does it take to resin the bottom of the floor and resin and fiberglass the top of it? Need a bit more to glass in the seat bases so don't want to buy too much if I don't need it. thanks guys
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Default Re: How much resin to buy to glass in new floor?

forgot to add in that it's an 18SS and will be new floor front to back
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Default Re: How much resin to buy to glass in new floor?

I used two gallons to do the edges of the floor, glass in the new stringers and knee braces.
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Default Re: How much resin to buy to glass in new floor?

has anybody resin'd the bottom side of the floor first to seal it before you lay it down to get glassed in? was thinking of doing this extra step to help keep it extra dry.
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has anybody resin'd the bottom side of the floor first to seal it before you lay it down to get glassed in? was thinking of doing this extra step to help keep it extra dry.
Yes. I did.
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