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  Yeah, doesn't look too bad. On "resin"
  Posted by: ezwater on Jan-25-14 2:11 AM (EST)

do you know that the canoe interior was covered with epoxy resin? Any possibility that it was merely given multiple coats of varnish?

If I could strip the interior, and then cover with fresh resin, I would use something like West 105/207 which resists UV, and where you can put on successive coats without dealing with amine blush.

I'm a little concerned that if you just put "resin" over the spots where old "resin" has disappeared, you will end up with contrasting spot appearance. You might have to do some trials to see whether the match is acceptable to you.

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