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You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Bondo® Glazing and Spot Putty is a 1-part putty that fills imperfections, pinholes in body filler, scratches, paint chips and minor dings. Bondo® Glazing -and- Spot Putty is a 1-part putty that fills imperfections, pinholes in body filler, scratches, paint chips and minor dings. Lightweight Body Filler is a two component compound used to fill dents, gouges, and other cosmetic imperfections in Steel, Aluminum, SMC, and Fiberglass panels.
Intro: How to Make a Fiberglass Subwoofer BoxFiberglass subwoofer enclosures present some real advantages for a custom car audio setup. You are now going to need to remove as much as you can from the trunk, everything you may have in there that will get in the way should be removed, even the trunk lid if it gets in your way. As an RV owner one of the many items on your list of annual maintenance should be roof related cleaning and care. Inspect the Roof – Look for weak seams, cuts in the RV roof, and degrading sealants to repair.
Preparation is Key – Make sure your RV roof is clear of debris, dust and that is is dry before beginning work on it. Use the Right Products – Using the right cleaners, sealants, and materials for the RV roof type you have. Once you have determined that you have an EPDM roof, you must practice proper RV roof maintenance to ensure your roof stays in tip top shape.
RV roof maintenance for EPDM roofs needs to be performed every 3 to 4 months to wipe away dirt, debris and any accumulating mold.
The windows, door sims, plastic pieces and antennas are masked with aluminum tape and foil to prevent the paint stripper from damaging such parts. The aircraft is washed with a high temperature steam pressure washer to remove any stripper residue. The Aircraft then is primered and painted with the white base (or whatever color the customer chooses).
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This filler has a creamy texture, spreads smoothly, easy to sand and is vacuum processed to minimize pinholing. Tape LayerUsing a good quality masking tape, the blue painters tape works best, start creating a layer of tape in the area that you will be glassing. 1st Resin and Fiberglass LayerThis is where all the fun and time goes into this project, it will take forever, but you need to take your time. Trimming the ExcessAfter your 5 (or more) layers of fiberglass have been laid you should not have the cleanest edge on the out side of the box.
Working Around ObstructionsOn my vehicle there is an moving part of the trunk that would come in contact with the box when you close the trunk.
Positioning and VolumeYou should now take into consideration how much volume you will have in the speaker box itself. ResinUsing the good mixture and the resin and hardener (as mention in step 4), take your cheapo paint brushes and start painting the fleece with resin. More Fiberglass SupportIf you are noticing any spots on your box where there may be some weakness, due to air pockets, or thinness. SandingIf you made this right, making sure all the fiberglass was laid good with no bubbles and the fleece was wrinkle free you should not have to sand.
Finishing the BoxHow you finish the look of your box is up to you, there are several choices you can do. Crank up the BeatsYou can now install your sub in the hole, wire it up, and install the box into your car. First, they can be shaped to fit a specific vehicle or space within a vehicle, taking advantage of space that couldn't be used with a normal rectangular subwoofer enclosure. The carpet should remain, and you will need to get it as smooth and as perfect to the contours of your car as possible. RVs come factory standard with either aluminum, fiberglass, thermoplastic olefin (TPO) rubber, or ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) rubber.
Don’t seal around your AC unit in most cases, it may disrupt the condensation drainage system and push that water inside your RV.
While molds may begin to grow on your EPDM roof, the mold will not penetrate the EP M fully.
TPO also has a less porous finish that will not absorb dirt and mold as easily as EPDM roofs.
TPO traditionally has seams that are longer lasting and less prone to separation than EPDM.
They are easy to care for in comparison to the rubber RV roof but as mentioned above have their drawbacks with expense and weight. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
Hopefully your box is larger than the recommended size, if not the recommended size exactly. While fiberglass and aluminum roofs are particularly low maintenance, they increase the cost of your RV, and add a significant amount of weight to your vehicle.
If you can find it then it will state the type of roof material and even offer RV roof maintenance instructions. EPDM is often mistaken for fiberglass, so you want to ensure you determine which type of roof you have. When driving and parking your RV you want to be cautious of low hanging branches or any external elements that could damage your delicate roof.

However both mold and dirt can cause lasting visual stains, however they will not affect your roof’s performance. All of these pieces will get BRAND NEW STAINLESS STEEL HARDWARE, INCLUDED IN THE FULL PRICE.
Although this tutorial is made to go into your wheel well areas, you could use this tutorial for anything, kick panels, racks, and other speaker boxes. I am looking to start doing my setup real soon, so this will help my setup and I will also be posting up pics as mine as well.
This leaves EPDM roofs the most standard in the industry, particularly with small and lighter weight RVs.
If your manual is lost to the sands of time, not to worry, there is still hope by using the information below. In its original state EPDM is quite dark in color, but calcium carbonate, zinc, and titanium dioxide are added to the formula for your roof to give it its distinctive white color. It is important to remember that mold can grow on RVs in warm climates that are not particularly susceptible to mold too.
This also means they are more expensive to repair given traditional rubber roof sealants may not work as TPO seams are heat welded and become harder to adhere to over time. The white color not only gives your RV a cohesive appearance, but creates a reflective barrier to keep your RV cooler on hot and humid days.
EPDM roofs are likely to show signs of discoloration faster if you reside in damp climates. This is because the rubberized material of your roof reflects the heat of the sun allowing mold to grow. If you find it hard to keep your footing on the wet roof then you are most likely dealing with EPDM. Expect at least 8 hours of working on the first day to get your car in order, and get a good pull of your trunk space. Fiberglass is usually sold with wax in it (check container) if so, you must get all the layers built up before it dries. Regardless of the climate you live in your EPDM roof is likely to begin chalking after approximately 12 months. To reduce the likelihood of stains get out your ladder, a non-abrasive cleanser, and a soft bristled brush. If you can't do this (it dries say after two layers) you MUST sand the hardened layer to remove the wax before you add additional layers or you will get layer separation.
Chalking can be identified by off-white and gray powdery residue that sometimes forms streaks down the side of your RV as it is washed away.
Ensure that you avoid all petroleum-based products and cleansers when cleaning your EPDM roof.
Also, when you are finished with your fiberglass layup, you must sand the final surface (again, to remove the wax) so that paint, carpet glue, etc. On of the most popular RV roof maintenance products for cleaning and condition a EPDM RV roof is RV Pro-Tec Rubber Roof Care System. Nothing to worry about but this sometimes causes those unsightly streaks on the side of the RV as it washes away. The reason polyfill makes it *sound* like it's in a bigger box is because it slows the movement of air inside the box.i was wondering, do you take out the wooden sticks after its all fyberglassed?

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