Cotton Flock

Also referred to as milled cotton fibers, cotton flock is used as a filler to thicken epoxy resins or to promote adhesion between laminate layers. It offers dimensional stability and enhance compound strength. It is also used for patching and repairing surfaces, although it is not recommended for boat hull repairs. This filler is best suited in areas that will not be submerged or in constant contact with water.


This product is also available on our Miapoxy website, which features pricing & direct ordering capabilities.

Catalog Number Description   Qty  
054080 Cotton Flock (Milled Cotton Fibers)
406302 Mia 60 Cotton Flock - Quart
406304 Mia 60 Cotton Flock - 2 Quart
406306 Mia 60 Cotton Flock - Gallon

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