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  no UV protection
  Posted by: pblanc on Nov-26-12 7:32 AM (EST)
 

So it would have to be covered with varnish or clear polyurethane.

Here is what System Three says about it:

"Clear Coat is an extremely low viscosity, water white, penetrating" epoxy system. Clear Coat cures to a brilliantly clear, very tough finish without the usual "amine blush" associated with some epoxy resin films. Clear Coat contains no volatile solvents. Clear Coat is ideal for clear coating wood, and the wetting out of fiberglass cloth for bright finished boats. Use as a build coat for clear linear polyurethane or varnish coatings and as a penetrating first coat for blister repair on fiberglass boats. Use also for those applications that require a long pot life and low viscosity. Use Clear Coat as the sole epoxy system to make wood strip canoes and kayaks. Protect Clear Coat from moisture during cure to avoid water spotting."

I was expecting to have to wet sand it before varnishing.

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