Highly trusted by boat-builders, WEST SYSTEM Epoxy is ideal for use as an ultra-tough waterproof coating, a high-strength, gap-filling adhesive or an easily sanded surface filler. The Resin works in conjunction with a variety of WEST SYSTEM Hardeners, Fillers and Pumps for a wide range of applications.The 105 Epoxy Resin is the base material of the WEST SYSTEM family. A clear, pale yellow, low-viscosity resin, 105 forms a high-strength solid with excellent moisture resistance, and is designed specifically for wood fiber, fiberglass, reinforcing fabrics and a variety of metals. 105 Resin105 Resin viscosity is approximately 1000 cP (centipoise) at 72°F (22°C).Coverage for "A" resin containers: Porous surfaces: 90-105 sq. ft. (8.5-10m2)Non-porous surfaces: 120-135 sq. ft. (11-12.5 m2)Coverage for "B" resin containers: Porous surfaces: 350-430 sq. ft. (32-40 m2)Non-porous surfaces: 462-550 sq. ft. (43-50 m2)Combined with 205 Fast, 206 Slow and 209 Extra-Slow Hardeners, the cure time of 105 can be fine-tuned and adjusted for a wide range of temperatures. For coating and roller applications, it can be combined with 207 Coating Hardener, which provides excellent thin-film characteristics to flow out and self-level without "fisheyeing." Cures clear to light amber, so you can achieve a natural wood finish when coating with varnish. 205 Fast HardenerPot life at 72°F (22°C) - 9 to 12 minutes.Cure to a solid state - 6 to 8 hours.Cure to maximum strength - 1 to 4 days.Minimum recommended temperature - 40°F (4°C).206 Slow HardenerPot life at 72°F (22°C) - 20 to 25 minutes.Cure to a solid state - 9 to 12 hours.Cure to maximum strength - 1 to 4 days.Minimum recommended temperature - 60°F (16°C).209 Extra-Slow HardenerPot life at 72°F (22°C) - 40 to 50 minutes.at 95°F (35°C) - 15 to 20 minutes.Cure to a solid state at 72°F (22°C) - 20 to 24 hours. at 95°F - 6 to 8 hours(35°C).Cure to maximum strength at 72°F - 4 to 9 days.Minimum recommended temperature - 70°F (21°C).206 Coating HardenerPot life at 72°F (22°C) - 22 to 27 minutes.Cure to a solid state - 9 to 12 hours.Cure to maximum strength - 4 to 7 days.Minimum recommended temperature - 60°F (16°C).When combined with 404 High Density Filler (optimum strength) 407 Low Density Filler (optimum volume) or 406 Colloidal Silica Filler (optimum versatility), WEST SYSTEM epoxy will bridge large gaps and voids and can be easily sanded and shaped when cured. It has no strong solvent odor, making it far safer and more pleasant to work with. Round out your set with the 300 Mini Pump Set, which includes one resin and two hardener pumps calibrated to dispense perfect ratios every time. Pumps mount directly on the resin and hardener containers, eliminating mess, and include extension tubes for various container sizes. NOTE: "A" and "B" sized resin containers correspond with "A" and "B" sized hardener containers. The 300 Mini Pumps can be configured to fit any size.
General Finishes wood stains are made from the highest quality oils, resins, and pigments to ensure your finishing project will be an easy and rewarding experience.Choose from American Walnut, Antique Cherry, Candlelight, Danish Teak, Honey, Honey Maple, Light Oak, Mahogany, Maple, Pecan, Salem, Spiced Walnut, Warm Cherry and White Mist.Available in 1/2 Pint, Pint and Quart sizes.
A light, delicate design - a great way to pull it all together. Each piece is precisely shaped, sanded and ready for finishing.
Get more versatility and a wider variety of spray patterns with the Paasche VL Airbrush Kit! The Paasche VL Airbrush includes all three available spray heads, allowing you to achieve spray patterns from fine detail to broad coverage. It can handle light, medium and heavy fluids and features a double-action trigger for one-handed operation push down to control the air flow and pull back to control the paint flow. The roller in front of the trigger allows the VL to be used as a single-action airbrush for those desiring simpler control. Because it's an internal-mix airbrush, it produces a very fine spray. Additional color cups, bottles, tips and other accessories are available for replacements or for expanding your kit.Minimum $20 order for Paasche direct ship items.Technical Details:"Double-action airbrush" refers to the method used to control the spray pattern. Pressing down on the button regulates the amount of air flow, and pulling back determines the amount of fluid released. This allows the user to change the width of line, color and the opaqueness of color with one hand. Double-action models take more practice to use but are better for free hand detail work.The Paasche VL Airbrush features a bottom mount siphon feed, making it suitable for both left- and right-handed users.The VL is an internal-mix airbrush, meaning that air and paint are mixed inside the airbrush, producing a fine spray.The VL has a tapered socket for securing bottle or cup.The VL has the same pressure and volume air requirements as the Paasche Millenium Airbrush (available separately, 44351).Recommended air pressure is .5 to 1 CFM @ 20 to 45 lbs.,depending on tip size and fluid being sprayed.Most shop compressors can be used for airbrushing - simply dial down the pressure.Specialized compact Airbrush Compressors are also available separately (46309, 46705, and 47379).Size #1 Head Assembly is for light fluids. Spray pattern: 1/64" - 1" (.55mm Tip opening)Size #3 Head Assembly is for medium fluids. Spray pattern: 1/32" - 1-1/4" (.73mm Tip opening)Size #5 Head Assembly is for heavy fluids. Spray pattern: 1/16" - 1-1/2" (1.07mm Tip opening)Clean, dry air is essential for best results.Airbrush Cleaning Kit (44559) sold separately below for maintaining your airbrushes.PTFE packing enables the MIL to handle any water or solvent based paint.To clean needles, simply spray paint cleaner though the airbrush and wipe off the needle