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Re: [sccpartners] Unfinished travertine sink zev@stonerestorationplus.com (07 Aug 2008 13:43 EDT)

Re: [sccpartners] Unfinished travertine sink zev@stonerestorationplus.com 07 Aug 2008 13:43 EDT

Fred
  Thanks do you mean the epoxy a and b ? Do I fill it and shave off
the remainder with a razor right away and then let it cure?

On 8/7/08, FHueston@aol.com <FHueston@aol.com> wrote:
> the best way to fill a sink is with epoxy..Make sure it is dry. Also make
> sure you are using Epoxy and not polyester.. Polyester is not good around
> water
> and will discolor. I like using a clear epoxy. You will need a long cure
> time(7-8 hours).
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