Ancillaries

We offer a wide range of miscellaneous products to help assist you in your work and projects. From gloves to syringes, you'll find out what we can provide further along this page.

Hand Cleaner

Eliminator is a specialty hand cleaner designed specifically to remove paints, adhesives and other resin based products which standard industrial strength hand cleaners are unable to remove. Major industries which find use for this product include spray painting and panel beating in the automotive refinish industry, the furniture industry, the paint trade, the fibreglass and composite plastic industries, the building industry and the home handyman.

Eliminator is based on a unique blend of biodegradable ester solvents. No petroleum distillate solvents are used. The incorporation of ester solvents in place of petroleum distillate solvents gives eliminator its uncompromised paint and resin dissolving ability. It is therefore ideally suited for removing the following resin types: Acrylics, enamels, urethanes, epoxies, silicones and polyesters. This makes it suitable for the removal of automotive lacquers, enamel and 2pack paints, industrial coatings, marine paints and antifoulings, household paints, varnishes & stains, furniture coating, body fillers, polyester and epoxy resins, silicone sealants, urethane & acrylic sealants and adhesives.

The surfactants used in Eliminator are readily biodegradable, the pumice abrasive has been chosen for its ability to gently but efficiently clean the skin without being too harsh. The pH of Eliminator is almost neutral ensuring a substantial degree of skin compatibility and without the harshness of highly alkaline formulations. A lanolin derivative also provides natural moisturising and super-fatting to the skin.

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Economy Brushes

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Pure bristle, ideal for use on fiberglass. Disposable and cheap, avoid leave them for long periods of time in acetone or resin as they will fall apart, that being said these have blonde bristles so if they lose a bristle, and you don't manage to remove it, you probably won't see it in the final job

Copper Wire

Copper Wire, usually about 0.8mm in diameter, a ten metre roll. This gives a good balance between being stiff and able to hold on under high stress and being pliable enough to work by hand. Ideal for stich and glue boat building.

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Stirring Stick

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A wooden flat stirring stick (actually a tongue depressor in disguise). This takes the usual scrounge around the garage floor for a stirrer, which inevtiably is dirty and finishes up either breaking or putting dirt in the brew. They only cost a few cents each and do away with the constant stirrer hassle.

Measure Cups

Useful for measuring small amounts of resin and hardener, Use care to avoid residual resin or hardener in the measure causing errors. These cups have markings to allow you to add 2:1, that is 2 parts of resin and 1 part of hardener. Then pour the mixture into another container and continue mixing. This will make sure there are no soft spots where unmixed material gets onto the work

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Pumps

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 The tubes are cut to length, white pump in the resin and red pump in the hardener. Two pumps of the resin and one pump of the hardener gives the correct ratio. The pumps deliver 7 ml per pump. They are economical plastic pumps.

Disposable Gloves

Safety demands that you avoid getting epoxy and polyuethane all over you. That is why we recommend wearing disposable gloves when ever you are working with epoxy or Purbond. One of the big (actually little) problems with superemarket gloves is that they are all the same (small) size (probably because most of their customers are ladies). We have solved this with a range of sizes. Our most popular are extra large  and extra extra large which most men seem to appreciate.

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Syringes and blunt needle tip

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A great way to measue small volumes of liquids (epoxy, cross linker etc) and to inject mixed epoxy into voids. Can be used with the blunt draw up needle to inject epoxy into very small voids. This can be especially useful in dealing with rotten timber and filling bolt holes. Along side that you have a blunt needle used with either the 20ml or the 50 ml syringe to "inject" epoxy into hard to reach places. The needle is 1.2mm diameter by 38mm ( 1 1/2") long and not at all sharp. This is especially useful in filling gaps, getting epoxy into the bottom of holes and with the rot repair kit to get epoxy into the depths.

Premium Foam Brushes

You can get a truly great result using these foam brushes with our Aquacote Top Coat. It is a good idea to have a range of sizes to get into all those difficult placses. Whilst spraying is the very best way to get a good finish with our Aquacote, with care, these foam brushes will do an extremely good job.

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Roller Frame and sleeves

The one cover for most purposes. The high absorption micro-fibre means it rolls further with less spatter, has minimal fibre shed and givs a smooth finish with all paints.  10mm nap.

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