Thread master epoxy

gecsr1

28' Aquasport "Reel Adventure II"
Jul 15, 2005
13,322
3,304
Poway Ca
Name
Gary
Boat
28' Aquasport "Reel Adventure II" / PlainJaneRods
maybe three coats, apply a coat let it dry look at the guide wraps continue coats till you see the desired finish you want. most the time I get away with three coats, but doesn't really make a difference what brand you use.. yes each different epoxy has its own characteristics .... sometimes it takes four coats , i never seem to get away with only two...

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James Paul

Newbie
Nov 27, 2019
6
2
54
South australia
Name
Paul Vonderwall
Boat
Kayak
maybe three coats, apply a coat let it dry look at the guide wraps continue coats till you see the desired finish you want. most the time I get away with three coats, but doesn't really make a difference what brand you use.. yes each different epoxy has its own characteristics .... sometimes it takes four coats , i never seem to get away with only two...

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Thanks pal I did three coats no problem
 
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SouthBayKiller

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Mar 27, 2003
6,947
7,074
39
Long Beach, CA
Name
Robert
Boat
none
I like TM Lite, usually 4-5 coats for me on a heavy rod with lots of thread. 2-4 on lighter rods like bass rods and freshwater stuff. I prefer applying more light coats of finish, I get better results that way.