I have a 42" white oak round that is 3" thick. I poured Liquid glass epoxy resin in the checked cracks (0.5" wide) in it last night. It filled only about 1" deep (darn leaks). I don't have enough liquid glass to finish the project, but I have some Ecopoxy.
- Once the Liquid Glass is hard (but still tacky), can I fill in the remaining 2" with Ecopoxy?
Even if the bond between the Liquid glass and Ecopoxy isn't great, presumably there'd be enough wood contact for the Ecopoxy to bond to. My only concern is that the Ecopoxy could act like a solvent and damage the still curing Liquid Glass.