On 14/08/2015 10:23, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Will the filler ever dry without it or do we have to strip it all out?
It won't dry out on a realistic timescale but you might get away with
adding a trace of catalyst to it and surface mixing to start the
reaction. It is a free radical polymerisation with a peroxide starter.
The resin has inhibitor in which will eventually run out and allow
atmospheric oxygen to start the reaction but it may take a year of two.
If it is anywhere demanding strip it out and start again!
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