All too often, epoxy tries too fast when I’m trying to work with it. But other times, I want the epoxy I’ve applied to hurry up and dry so that I can sand it, paint it, or otherwise mess with it. One handy way to speed up the drying it to put your pony under a lamp. The extra heat speeds up the drying and soon enough you’ll be back to work!
- I’m enjoying the model horse hobby as a Do-It-Youself-er, making my own horses, props, and tack. I have a small collection of minis and love to show performance. This blog is to share tips, strategies and musings on our hobby in general and the DIY aspect in particular.
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