Among reinforcements, Fiberglass Fabrics continue to be the most commonly used reinforcement in the composites industry today. Generally, they are the least expensive among reinforcements and offer ease in handling. And when combined with resin, deliver composite parts with excellent strength, low weight, and great cosmetics.

All Fiberglass Fabrics are woven for fiber orientation, and each fabric features its own unique weight, strength, and fabric characteristics, which should be considered before starting any project.

Click on a fiberglass fabric image below to view more information and pricing.

2 oz Fabric

2 oz Fabric

Cures as Transparent, Protective Surface Layer

4 oz Fabric

4 oz Fabric

Conformable and Lightweight Fabric for General Use

6 oz Fabric

6 oz Fabric

Molded Parts and Repairs in Just a Few Layers

7-1/2 oz Fabric

7-1/2 oz Fabric

Most Popular Boat Cloth

10 oz Fabric

10 oz Fabric

Industry Standard for Parts and Tooling

Style 7725 Bi-directional E-Glass

Style 7725 Bi-directional E-Glass

Conformability with a Slight Edge for Strength

Style 120 E-Glass

Style 120 E-Glass

Extremely Lightweight for Aerospace Parts

Style 7781 E-Glass

Style 7781 E-Glass

Excellent Strength and Surfacing for Precise Parts

Style 6781 S2-Glass

Style 6781 S2-Glass

Superior Strength among Fiberglass Fabrics

Prepreg 7781 E-Glass

Prepreg 7781 E-Glass

Near-Perfect Resin Content for Precise Parts

20 oz Tooling Fabric

20 oz Tooling Fabric

Build Bulk, Strength and Stability for Molds

Woven Fiberglass Tape

Woven Fiberglass Tape

Perfect for Winding, Seams and Reinforced Areas

Woven Roving

Woven Roving

Rapid Build and High Strength for Flat Areas

Fiberglass Sample Pack

Fiberglass Sample Pack

Get our Entire Selection of Fiberglass In-Hand

Fiberglass fabrics feature different weaves as noted:

  • Plain Weaves—Least expensive and least pliable, but hold together well when cut
  • Twill Weaves—A compromise between plain and satin weaves; pliable with moderate strength and desirable cosmetics
  • Satin Weaves—Pliable with moderate strength; feature one fill yarn that floats over 3–7 warp yarns before being stitched beneath another; produce flatter fabrics

No matter which weave you select, all the fiberglass fabrics on our site are made to be used with resin. When combined, fabric and resin form a chemical bond that results in a hard, composite part, like a boat hull, that we often refer to as being fiberglass. Technically, it is a fiberglass composite. Fiberglass composites are frequently used for marine, aerospace, and structural applications.

Fibre Glast is committed to ensuring that every roll of fiberglass fabric we handle is First Quality and manufactured to the highest standards. That means you can expect the same properties and handling characteristics every time you order.

Want to learn more about Fiberglass Fabrics? Fibre Glast has a free Learning Center with helpful white papers, videos, charts, and photo galleries. Consider reading About Reinforcements or Fundamentals of Fiberglass.

You can place an order on our website or, if you have any questions, call 1.800.838.8984 | 8:00am - 8:00pm EST Mon-Fri.

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