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Old 04-16-2018, 10:12 AM
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I'm using EZE-KOTE to laminate and would like to use epoxy resin over it (once dried for couple of days) in some arias.

Will it work ?

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It should be compatible.

You need to wait longer than a couple days, though. Many think that water borne products dry quickly, but that is not always the case.

I suggest that you wait at least a week. Longer, if possible. If you put your epoxy over it before it is completely dry, you may trap a small amount of water under it. When the model is placed in the sun, heat turns the water into vapor, causing blisters.
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Thanks for the heads up. Will do.

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