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there are several epoxy products available at this site: http://www.uscomposites.com/

we have been using them for yearsfor boat supplies

best of luck

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I have also used U.S. Composites, but they do not sell in small quantities like 2 ounces, best bet is a hobby shop IMHO.

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Is there such a thing as a self-leveling epoxy?
It's an extremely bias forum to try and talk about other brands but I use a self leveling epoxy primer sealer that believe it or not in a waterborne area it is still available

PPG"s NCP 280 self leveling epoxy primer sealer .. not many know how to use it so it's not talked about much...could be a co$t thing I don't know...




The idea is to eliminate risks along the way and that takes an open mind...
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WOW Milo, that looks awesome

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I don't think the EnviroTex will last outdoors. A while back it was recommended on an radio controlled airplane site to glass balsa skinned foam wings. Several guys tried it and reported good results until the plane set in the hot sun for several hours then bubbles started to appear. If I remember correctly that stuff is meant for indoor use.

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Well I left one set outside with all five cavities filled and four painted. It was a 95 degree day and I set them on my trucks black tono cover for over 8 hours. Absolutely no change in cosistancy to either the painted or the non-painted, still smooth and nice. So I guess I lucked out. I need some good luck for a change with this build!

PS: Milo you do very nice work
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