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The amine blush is easy to address. Just spray the cured resin with water and srub it with a scotch brite pad - you don't need to scour it, just rub it down. Not a big deal (don't skip the step, but a decent scrub will remove any of the blush).
Forget poly or vinylester resins. They're OK for an initial build, but they have very poor secondary bonding characteristics. For a repair, epoxy is the only way to go.
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