This question does not involve wood, but it does involve epoxy.
I have a ding in my windshield which could be covered with a 1 dollar coin. It does
not through to the inside surface and is not in the line of sight. My local glass
place would not repair it because he said the repair would pop out when I had the
defroster on in the winter.
I would like to put epoxy in the ding. My approach is to cover the pliable epoxy with
a piece of plastic film, carefully roll it flat in stages, let it cure, then remove
1. What common film would not stick to uncured or cured epoxy?
2. Perhaps I could just oil the surface of the film in contact with the epoxy and let
the epoxy cure. Would that work?
Thank you for your forbearance with these OT questions.
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