If you have more than one mold, you can do a few at a time, which will cut down on the overall wait time. It just has to be the thinnest of layers. Perhaps it could be brushed on, If you're fast, it'll self level before the cure stars, I THINK.
If you have pin holes. the best way I have found to fill them is this step by step process. Dont get me wrong husky method will work. I just hate sanding epoxy. seems like it gums up my sand paper faster than bondo glazing putty and primer.
Here is my method I use to fix minor pin holes from air bubbles in resin baits.
First you really cant see them by the naked eye until you put primer coat down. I have some casted baits that I swear are SUPER CLEAN until I prime them.. then IM PISSED! Cause now I know all the extra work I have to do to clean them up.
1. Prime bait wait for primer to dry good.
2. Spread bondo glazing putty all over the bait. NOT REAL BONDO.. GLAZING.. NOT THE RED STUFF YOU BUY AT AUTOZONE etc either.. YOU want the 2 part mix. I like this stuff to do my glazin My link
3M PIRANHA PUTTY CLICK ON THE MY LINK BUTTON.. I like this product because it goes on thin and runny! Which helps get into those tiny pin holes much better than other bondo glazing products I have used and it is very easy to sand.
3. Sand the bait the bait with 360 grit.. some will say 400 or 600 grit.. but the 360 gives you more bite and less work.. your going to prime it one more time and paint it later you will not see sand marks if you sand lightly.. you want smooth surface.. I also wet sand in my CATTLE DRINKIN TEST TANK in my garage to keep down the dust!
4. Prime it again... see if you have smooth finish yet. if not repeat steps again.. usually I can do it once but sometimes after I sand I still have a few pin holes that just didnt fill so I have to repeat it again.
5. Ok after a couple of times of repeating steps 1 and 2. you should have a clean surface and your ready to paint.
Some do the bondo glazin first than the primer.. but I have found the primer helps you see the pin holes better and it saves you a step if you prime it first then glaze it! Good luck hope this helps.
Edited by The_Rookie, 18 November 2009 - 11:44 AM.