Flex Coat. For over 30 years the name has said it all. Hard yet flexible, Flex Coat is the wrap finish that all other brands are compared to. And with good reason…Flex Coat offers the very best combination of properties found in a quality thread wrap epoxy finish. Superior leveling, outstanding durability, brilliant clarity and unequaled adhesion make Flex Coat the world's #1 epoxy wrap finish.
Available in both High and Lite Build Formulas. Use Lite Build for lighter, thinner coats. The 2oz. Kits (F2S and F2SL) include a pair of color-coded syringes. The 24cc Kits (F1K and F1KL) have everything you need to finish 4 average rods with two loaded 12 cc syringes, 4 brushes, 4 mixing cups and 4 mixing sticks. The 4oz. Kit (F4Y and F4YL) includes yorker caps so you can easily pop the cap off and squirt both parts into a mixing cup.
F1K 24cc Loaded Syringe Kit
Large 12 cc syringes come filled and ready to use. Enough finish to complete 4 average rods. Kit includes a 12 cc syringe loaded with part "A" resin, a 12 cc syringe loaded with part "B" hardener, 4 finishing brushes, 4 mixing cups, and 4 mixing sticks.
F2K 2oz. Super Kit
This Super Kit includes 2 oz. Kit Flex Coat Rod Wrapping finish, 2 color coded syringes, 5 finishing brushes, 5 mixing cups, and 5 mixing sticks.
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I have tried most every product out there and kept coming back to this one! I have been doing this for over 40 years and believe me when I say that you will not be disappointed! I always use high build and do two thin coats. I always purchase the 4 oz. with the Yorker caps, cut them both equal, put equal number of drops in a plastic mixing cup and mix slowly to reduce bubbles. Pour the mixture onto aluminum foil, blow the remaining bubbles out with a straw before applying in a slow back and forth movement. While the rod is drying I will apply a flame to the coating to remove any bubbles that are left. This coating never yellows or cracks, even after 20+ years. I hope this is helpful information to people.