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  Water or moisture should not make
  Posted by: g2d on Jan-31-14 2:54 PM (EST)
 

epoxy or vinylester acquire a haze or "chalk". I have two epoxy boats and three vinylester boats, none of them varnished or gelcoated, and they have not shown any visible effects of water, moisture, or UV exposure. I do store them in a shaded carport, but otherwise they are exposed to the elements.

So I can't explain your experience. Maybe if CE Wilson comes by, he will know.

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