Re: UV degradation on cured fiberglass
David A Froble
This will be a rather worthless response, because I really do not know howtoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
quickly UV affects fiberglass, or I'd guess more precisely, the epoxy resin.
Dacron fabric, in Arazona, will be destroyed in 3-6 months of constant
sunlight. In Pennsylvania, it would be more like 6-9 months, possibly more.
So, the amount of UV will be a factor. As for damaging exposure, if I were to
take your multiple choice test, I'd GUESS 'B' and 'C' are both correct.
I'd be real surprised if some projects weren't worked on outside, in the
sunlight, or at least sit outside in the sunlight at times. Never seen any
caviets about this. You'd think there would be warnings if a few hours really
Anybody chosing 'D' hasn't been to Sun-N-Fun and gotten a good sunburn in 2-3
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