- Lightweight, 2-part epoxy putty fairing compound
- Use above and below the waterline for reshaping, filling, fairing, and repairing
- Works on horizontal, vertical, inclined, and overhead surfaces without sagging
- No-mess easy-mix color-coded formula dries fast. Easy to sand once cured.
- Apply to fiberglass, wood, steel, and aluminum
- Sizes: Available in two-part Pint, Quart, and Gallon Kits. Each kit contains Resin Part A (yellow) and Hardener Part B (blue).
- 2-Pint kit includes one pint Part A & one pint Part B. 2-Quart kit includes one quart Part A & one quart Part B. Gallon kit includes half-gallon Part A & half-gallon Part B.
- Each order includes: 1 pair of large latex gloves and 1 plastic spreader
- IMPORTANT: TotalBoat Gelcoat should not be applied directly over TotalFair or the gelcoat will not cure properly. Instead, apply TotalBoat 2-Part Epoxy Primer or TotalProtect over TotalFair, before applying Gelcoat.
Green means it’s ready to go
Ever had epoxy or fairing compound sag or go on like soggy sawdust because it didn’t like how you combined its parts? That won’t happen with TotalFair. It’s easy to see exactly when TotalFair is ready to use. The resin is blue, and the hardener is yellow. Wearing protective gloves, mix the two parts together at a 1:1 ratio. Mix, fold, smear, scrape, repeat. Stop when you get a uniform, green-colored paste. That’s it. No complicated measuring or guessing. Just green. Once you’re green and swirl-free, you’re ready to shape, fill, and fair dents, chips, gouges, cracks, and other unsightly things standing in the way of a gloriously smooth, ready-to-prime surface.
This putty stays put
TotalFair is light and easy to work. It spreads and hangs, staying where you put it. No sagging. Ever. Even overhead, upside down, and sideways. Just pull or feather to a fine edge and a smoother surface.
Creates a smooth, hard, flexible finish
The TotalFair finish is smooth, even, and pinhole-free. Make it even smoother by sanding after it cures. Which is quick — just 3 hours at 80°F. TotalFair has a high tolerance for flexing, especially on the hull. It adheres aggressively, distributes stress evenly, and it won’t crack or break free. To suit repairs ranging from a few to a slew of imperfections, our fairing compound comes in pint, quart and gallon sizes.
- Application temperature: 50-100°F
- Mix ratio by volume: 1A (yellow) to 1B (blue)
- Mixed appearance: Green paste.
- Work life: 30 minutes @ 70°F
- Tack-free time: 2 hrs. @ 70°F
- Dry to sand: Approximately 2-3 hrs. @ 80°F.
- Sag resistance: >1.0″
- Storage temperature: 60-90°F
Important Application Notes
- Gelcoat should not be applied directly over TotalFair or the gelcoat will not cure properly. Instead, apply TotalBoat 2-Part Epoxy Primer or TotalBoat TotalProtect Epoxy Barrier Coat Primer over TotalFair, and allow to cure fully before applying Gelcoat. Primers are sold separately.
- When filling holes or gouges: Filling holes up to 3/4" thick may need a second pass, once cured. When fairing a large gouge (maximum depth fill), a 6:1 width to depth ratio is recommended per application. For deep/narrow areas that exceed 6:1, just apply TotalFair in stages, building up each time.
- Do not apply TotalFair over 1-component previously painted surfaces. If you are not sure what the previous coating is, remove it before applying TotalFair.
- Storage below the recommended temperature range can cause crystallization of the resin and hardener. If TotalFair crystallizes, simply close the containers completely and set them in a sealed plastic bag, with no air. Place the bag in a bowl of warm water (140-150°F) for a couple of hours. This action will undo the crystallization, and the product will be the proper consistency for use.
- When storing TotalFair for more than 1 month, cover the remaining material in each container with plastic sheeting before securing the lid tightly.
- Wear protective gloves when mixing TotalFair.
- Wear a proper respirator when sanding.