Hey, everybody! First time kayak builder, doing 2 Shearwater hybrids. I'm an experienced woodworker, and I'm used to fussing over details that some might not bother with. I just completed assembling and glassing the inside of the hull, and I'm preparing to do the outside. I'm not totally happy with the precision of some of my hull panel bevels. No daylight shining through, but there are a few gaps of around 1/16" on the outside. I'm tempted to putty these for aesthetic reasons. Any opinions? Waste of time? Bad idea for practical reasons? If it makes sense to do it, what would you use? Epoxy with wood flour? I have a set of Mohawk tinted epoxy sticks I could use, but I worry about compatibility with the MAS epoxy.