Re: you really don't need

Posted by Laszlo on Dec 1, 2006

Might work for you Charlie, but waiting until it's just the right dry and then managing to hold it at the correct angle with sticky fingers (gloved of course) and keep it from rolling and not plowing into the epoxy eludes me. Think I'll stick to the foam brush, at least until I can pat my head and rub my stomach while reciting the Gettysburg Address backwards in Latin :-)

The sanding isn't for nibs and drips, it's to level off the top of the print-through, as well as opening up any bubbles that tipping didn't get rid of. The next coat of epoxy fills them in. And, of course, if you want to sand epoxy, it has to be cured hard enough to sand.

That's the method behind my madness.


Shop Tips : When have I filled the fiberglass weave with epoxy?

In Response to: you really don't need a by Charlie Jones on Dec 1, 2006


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