Fabric Covering Supplies
Air-Tech Coatings Air-Tech produces a fabric covering process and paint. Paint is a polyurethene paint that allows you to easily cover and paint your fabric aircraft and keep it looking great for years to come.
Better Aircraft Fabric Oratex represents a major breakthrough in aircraft fabric covering systems. No solvents, no paint, no stench, no exposure to toxic chemicals of any kind. Just glue it, shrink it, and fly!
Certified Coatings Sold at Aircraft Spruce. This is the old time stuff. I found no website for them.
Hipec Aircraft Coatings Designed and lab tested for fabric, metal, and composite aircrafts of all types, Hipec has unmatched durability against the elements with examples of aircrafts over 20 years old still looking great plus it's very cost effective to other systems. There is no rib stitching, no rivets, no tapes, fewer coats and a substantial labor savings over other fabric aircraft covering systems.
Randolph Coatings More old school stuff that apparently doesn't have a company website but is sold at the major suppliers.
Stewart Systems Stewart Systems is setting the standard for aircraft fabric covering and painting technology for the 21st century.
Stits Polyfiber Dedicated to quality aircraft covering and paints, Ray Stits invented this product for the Homebuilder, Classic Restorer, and Military buff. Poly Fiber continues Ray's tradition of supplying quality paints and covering to the Experimental Aircraft Association and its members and F&M Enterprises is proud to be a dealer for Poly Fiber Inc.
Superflite Since 1949, Superflite has been helping aircraft enthusiasts everywhere build and cover their personal aircraft. We started by developing System I, a butyrate dope system, and expanded that to include System II, the first FAA-approved all urethane aircraft finishing system. Superflite now has System 7, an all-urethane system, which is the most technologically advanced covering system in the world.