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# 215347 23-Jun-2017 14:30
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Would like stuff to fill large (inch deep) holes and would like it perfectly clear. It's fine if I have to lay it in several layers...

 

After specific recommendations of what sort and where it might be available at a reasonable cost in NZ for 5-8 litres...

 

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  # 1805693 23-Jun-2017 14:39
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I used to use Norski Clear to make gear shift knobs when I was much younger

 

http://www.norski.co.nz/resins.php

 

Not sure about UV stable though.  Most epoxy yellows over time with exposure to UV.





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  # 1805698 23-Jun-2017 14:59
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Check out West Systems Epoxy line.

 

There is a clear hardener with UV inhibitors, but recommends a UV varnish for longer UV stability.

 

http://www.westsystem.com/207-special-clear-hardener/

 

Adhesive Technologies are the local NZ Distributor, but products can be obtained NZ wide.

 

http://www.adhesivetechnologies.co.nz/Home/

 

@MikeAqua - thanks for the Norski heads up - looks like they quite a variety of specialist epoxies and finishes. Will be checking them out for future uses.

 

 





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