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bemendozer 
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What is fiberglass fleece? Is it cotton, nylon etc.

Fleece to me is wool based material, so what is the best for doing fiberglass enclosures?

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I personally don't like working with fleece.  I much prefer using grill cloth to stretch with instead.  It uses quite a bit less of your expensive resin with the same results.
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Fleece or "Fiberglass" Fleece as you call it are the same thing. I prefer to start boxes with fleece because it will soak up alot of resin and dry fairly hard. then move on to the fiberglass chop mat or weave mat to do the final strengthening.
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I think I might be confusing people with this post. What I need to know is what is the fleece made of? Cotton, Nylon etc.
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T-shirt material, or bedsheets.  Cotton-polyester blend usually.
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