How can I get my varnish to dry?

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Milhouse
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Re: How can I get my varnish to dry?

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All seems to be good now with Epifanes over the epoxy. The trick was letting the epoxy fully cure (2 weeks) I also found this thread on the same issue.

https://www.glen-l.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1288
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Re: How can I get my varnish to dry?

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That squares with my experience. I used Epifanes over epoxy (Glen-L Poxy-Shield) with no problems. In my case as well, the epoxy had had at least 2 weeks to cure prior to my applying the varnish.

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