So, I’m finishing up my tray and I was having trouble getting my 1708 to wrap around a 90 degree corner. I called up US Composites expecting to buy some thinner mat to make the corner but the guy I spoke with asked me my procedure for laying the glass. I explained to him in short, that I wet the surface the glass will be applied to, then I have a large pan that I pour some resin onto, then lay the glass onto that pan and wet it with resin before installing to the hull. This is what almost everyone has told me and just about everything I can find online explains a similar procedure. The gentleman at US Composites said that wetting the mat before installation was a mistake. He said that it is wasteful and lots of people do it that way, but it’s wrong. I think he thought I was trying to argue to him, but I was just saying I had never heard of that. He said that in order to get the mat laid down properly, I needed to apply a medium to heavy coat of resin on the surface that I am applying the glass, wait 30-40 minutes until the surface is tacky THEN lay the DRY glass onto the tacky surface and push it into place. Wait another 20-30 minutes and mix a new batch of resin and wet the rest of the mat. I’m not doubting anyone’s technique but does anybody else lay glass down dry and then wet it? I’m still new to this and finishing up my tray. What is your experience with getting fiberglass to wrap around a 90 degree corner?