Re: Jimmy Skiff goof

Posted by Charlie on Jan 9, 2008

In the pantheon of epoxy thickening agents wood flour is considered a medium strength agent. The products that are considered of highest strength are the fibers, chopped glass, milled cotton, etc. The quality of your epoxying technique is probably more important than what you use as a thickener.

In Response to: Jimmy Skiff goof by bill Serle on Jan 2, 2008


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