Fiberglassing Help - I goofed

Discussion in 'Replica Costumes' started by Teroniss, Apr 27, 2015.

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  1. Teroniss

    Teroniss New Member

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    Need help with a fiberglass helmet project I started on. This is my first time using fiberglass and resin, and I think I goofed, as it came out with alot of air bubbles. Any way to remedy this, or is it scrap at this point?
     
  2. Redman99

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    looks pretty good to me.
    Use a dremel or a drill to make holes in the bubbles and fill it with resin.
     
  3. DL 44 Blaster

    DL 44 Blaster Sr Member

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    If the bubbles are tiny enough you may even be able to use "bondo" glazing compound. It fills very small bubbles easily without having to mix a hardener. It's also much easier to sand.
     
  4. Teroniss

    Teroniss New Member

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    What about a rondo mixture? It seems like it'd be liquid enough to manuever into small cracks and bubbles
     

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