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Posted by leeG on Dec 6, 2004
I recall someone in the epoxy industry saying that using laminating epoxy as a coating medium isn't really what it's designed for although it's possible. If you think about it it would be like using paint to bond wood together. So the reason fisheyes exist is mysterious 'contamination' when there are obvious pizza fingerprints but when fisheyes show up in equal amounts on a freshly sanded, wiped with alcohol hull or a hull that's got three weeks of shop dust brushed off it (and that's all) I think there's something to the idea we're using a laminating resin as a coating medium like paint. And it's not.
In Response to: Re: bubbles in epoxy coat by George K on Dec 6, 2004