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Re: using 3M marine premium filler

To quote hans and franz- "listen to me now, but pay attention to me later..."
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Re: using 3M marine premium filler

Sorry for the drive, but those pumps are the trick to the whole system

The upside is they can be swapped from can to can, so you only need to buy a 205 pump once, and each hardner pump once. I tend to keep the slow, and a fast harder on hand so I can switch which hardner based upon how patient I am feeling.

Just remember the process... Resin then hardner, mix well, then thickener, then coloring.
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