So, I'm building my first boat, and no matter how much I have read on the importance of properly mixing epoxy, I still messed it up. However, I figured out my mistake early on. I am building one of the Kaholo Stand up paddleboard and got the kit that has joints for the deck, bottom, and sides. I used the improperly mixed epoxy to join the puzzle panels. I basically had twice as much hardener as necessary, because yes I am kind of an idiot. Or at least absent minded. In any event, thats as far as I got and I figured out what I was doing.
My question is this: Figuring that all of the areas where there are puzzle joints will be fiberglassed and epoxied over multiple times, is there much to worry about? I realize that the joints may not be as strong as they should be, but if I do everything else right, it would seem that there would be enough structural strength from the fiberglass and epoxy layers still to be added?
If there is a serious structural problem, is there anything I can do about it at this point? The epoxy has seemed to cure. It is hard and pretty solid, so I'm not sure that its an option to try to separate the joints and start over.
Thanks for your help.