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davyj

19 posts in 1452 days


#1 posted 794 days ago

don’t know if you will ever see this. looks like a very old post. I have and used Inlace brand. tis one of the most expensive, but very good stuff It does NOT shrink/ the regular fiber glas resin DOES. form my stand point/experiance, the Envirotex and brand Pour On works really good and seems to accept most any craft paint for coloring. it doesn’t take much pending on how much resin/hardner you need. best part is the 50/50 mix ratio where as Inlace one counts drops per size of amount of resin used. I have also used craft paint to line the inside of the scroll sawed hole to keep bleed outa the grain. IF a ciontrasting color is used for this and a liberal amount it will also serve to outline. Let it dry good before pouring in the mix. I have been doing diff inlays in the bottom of segmented bowls. Do scroll saw work and inlay in a diisk THEN build the bowl from there.

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