|Aug 26, 2013, 12:59 PM|
Joined Sep 2002
If it is just a skin de-lamination and the surface underneath is not compromised, just some thinned epoxy poured in under the skin and squeegeed/pushed out might be best. The foam will work, but you need to be sure to use a small amount and after it expands a bit and before it sets, to push all you can out the open area. It is a great adhesive and much lighter than the epoxy, but you have to stay with it and make sure the area is kept flat while it sets. That's about 5 min of working with it. You do NOT want to let it set up expanded.
The foam is good if you fill the inside and want a nice solid (but no weight) area.
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