|Sep 01, 2012, 10:52 AM|
Joined Jul 2008
Trader Rating: 44
Don Parson's fiberglass .6 oz
Does anyone know where I can get this? I used up my stash a bit back. What would be comparable to it? His glass was treated with something that really made glassing easy - any idea of what he used?
|Sep 02, 2012, 07:55 PM|
Joined May 2001
Trader Rating: 97
Wanted Dan Parsons Fiberglass 0.6 Cloth
It is the best .06 Cloth you will ever use!! I still have some left, one piece 36"x43" and one piece 42"x44"
Price is $80. shipped in the USA 48 states only! I do not think you can find it any more. Its like Gold
Sorry, I have deceided to keep this Cloth!
|Sep 03, 2012, 04:38 PM|
United States, NJ, Pemberton Township
Joined Aug 2010
Trader Rating: 115
I don't use glass much, but some guys at RCU seem to think CST and ACP glass might be similar. They were trying to compare the weave angle and thread diameter. I am going to start using lightweight glass soon so, this is interesting - didn't even know about Parsons before.
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