Since this whole epoxy thing is new to me, let me see if I understand exactly what you're saying. I used CFI's laminating epoxy resin and hardener to seal my outside walls and edges.
What I understand is that I should use something called low density filler with resin and hardener in order to get a patching epoxy.
First, I understand you to be saying I better get that from CFI
Second, what I am not clear about is using the low density filler with
laminating epoxy...I doubt that the epoxy would ever get truly thick enough to make it behave like patching material...in its natural state, it is fairly viscous. Mind you the only epoxy I ever used before was in High School when I worked in a MFG Boat plant putting potted, hot epoxy on the bows of fiberglass hulls and sanding them smooth...
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