Originally Posted by Kyle Boatright
That said, I've found that as a pinhole filler, you can squeegee in normal epoxy - no need to thin it.
Thinner - - EEEEk
+1, I took a micro mix with fast hardener and used a hard rubber, sharp edged squeege, raked both directions to fill the holes. Let harden, only light sanding needed.
Then did the same with neat resin, slow hardener, and got all off that I could to seal but not have to spend any time resanding. Scuffed with red scotchbrite and primed.
The hard way is to lay on the resin thick and have to sand it back to smooth. Using a squeege avoids that. Some use a thin steel one, but that did not work for me with the small area and contours of the transition on the canopy.