Not sure if you have worked with VE resin before, but it is already
pretty much water thin. I can't imagine wanting to thin it any more.
That is one of the reasons I don't like to work with it unless you are
doing it in a mold because it is so thin it does not do a good job
filling in the holes in the weave of the cloth where a thicker resin
bridges the gaps better.
I also agree with Larry that sloshing sealer is not very good on VE. I
bought some years ago to slosh a KR tank. I tried it on the inside of a
part of the tank I cut out which was fairly smooth and it did not stick
well and could easily peel off and get in the fuel system. Probably
would have been OK if I could have sanded the inside of the tank, but
there was no access.
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Subject: KR> vinyl ester thinning
From: jeb via KRnet <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, July 20, 2018 1:04 pm
To: Mark Langford via KRnet <firstname.lastname@example.org>, KRnet
Cc: jeb <n12...@cybermesa.com>
If I was wanting to "slosh" with vinyl ester how to thin it?
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