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can you fiberglass over it with total boat epoxy and resin ?

Asked on 12/18/2016 by robert emond

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I would be surprised if you couldn't, It's hard to beat magic. You could just call System Three to confirm any details, their customer service is as great as their products.

Answered on 12/18/2016 by Capt. C Capt. C
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As long as the gel magic is thoroughly cured, I see no reason why not.

Answered on 12/18/2016 by KIM OWENS

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I am using it to glue longitudinals and other parts of my wooden boat project. I will also use magic gel for the cold mold plywood process and for the final layer of mahogany. I will switch to a different epoxy for glassing but I have no concerns about compatibility... of course everything will be well sanded prior to glass application. I suspect there will be some magic gel residue, but mostly bare wood.

Answered on 12/19/2016 by Michael Flynn
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what is the pot life or working time of the slow cure epoxy ?

Asked on 05/01/2014 by Steve Krafft

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Thanks Brian...that's what I needed to know

Answered on 05/01/2014 by Steve Krafft
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For a definitive answer, look on System3's website (they claim 120 minutes at 77 F). However, from personal experience, the pot life, like all epoxies is highly dependant on temperature. If you mix up a large batch of this stuff on a warm day, it will build up heat and set quickly. But if you keep your batches small (under 5 ounces), it will stay workable for at least an hour.

Answered on 05/01/2014 by Brian Guzas
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