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  The 207 hardener, for patches,
  Posted by: ezwater on Jun-30-13 9:41 PM (EST)
 

does have the advantage of being more resistant to UV.

I use 205 most of the time because it hardens fast. If the weather is hot, I switch to 206.

I would use fiberglass for outside patching, and Kevlar for inside patches. There are exceptions to this rule, and if you describe the damage you have to fix, I will describe exceptions.

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