Check it, yo.A dollop of resin and a single sheet of fiberglass and webbing stays put against some fairly insistent and violent pulling. Yiss, success!
Also, see how the pale, silky cloth becomes transparent and glass-like after curing. Yes, a touch of dye for this. Some suggest a drop of ink will work well.
Also, a test piece featuring some worst-scenario body filler spreading. I’m using the P38 (thanks for the suggestion, Halforc80). Unlike the pink Bondo in many tut videos, this one needs just a single drop of pink hardener (1/50 as per the tin). Has a workable time of only about 5 minutes, maximum.
Also, also, the resin’d pieces from yesterday have cured perfectly. No tacky areas, just a glassy, shiny surface. I might not even need to coat the inside, just move straight onto fiberglassing. The single layer from the test piece is rock solid with no budge or bend. Yiss!