I live near a cement factory and stone grave.
When the wind comes NW it acts as real sandpaper.
I always use a white epoxy paint without metal partices to protect the
When finished I am in the clear for a couple of years.
Verified years ago, before and after, did'nt notice a substantiael change in
Hope this can help.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Gilmer - N2MG" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, August 18, 2003 5:08 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Sunlight protection for fiberglass
> I have a used M2 40M3L antenna that I am putting back
> together and I noticed that the fiberglass insulating
> parts are starting to "fray" - i.e., the glass fibers
> are separating somewhat, giving the surface a "fuzzy"
> feel. I suspect UV is the cause.
> I would like to protect the fiberglass from further
> damage. I considered using 3M #88 electrical tape as
> a "wrap", but is there something more suitable for
> Mike N2MG
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