As you pull a trailer it's going to flex some. The paint might crack at the corners and joints.
The fiberglass cloth might pervent it but that's a lot of work for a maybe.
cubby_1969 wrote:A friend gave me a gallon of Evercoat Boat Yard Polyester Resin with Styrene. It is already thixed and waxed according to the label. I plan to coat the whole outer skin with this and then prime and paint with automotive paint.
Chuck Craven wrote:Polyester Resin does not stick to plywood very good, should use epoxy.
I did not do a good job of finish sanding before painting and the paint came off with in the first winter. In spring the fiberglass cloth and Polyester resin pealed off the wood. I call that a failure!
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