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Re: Applying Epoxy in Blind Spot

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What does that mean?
I think he meant "cosmetic"?
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Re: Applying Epoxy in Blind Spot

first of all you need an epoxy that will bond to wet or damp surfaces. Most do not

also it is often impossible or almost impossible to fix an active leak from the inside.

splash zone a 788 - mentioned above - is like chewing gum. You need something thinner like wet dry 700 (which is often carried on boats sailing the world - and has saved a number of sinking boats, floating homes and cracked in ground swimming pools.

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