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#1 posted 07-22-2017 08:20 PM

Dick,
I haven’t had much experience with either epoxy or outdoor wooden builds, but for what it’s worth, here is my unexperienced – uneducated – nonprofessional opinion:
Epoxy can not be reversed according to the sources of information I’ve reviewed – magazines, Youtube, books, etc., so I’m guessing it should be weatherproof. From what I’ve read, it will probably out live the wood.
If you want to be positive about this before sacrificing your materials, ask the epoxy manufacturers. I use epoxy sparingly, purchased some from Lowe's, the Devcon brand in two 4.5 ounce bottles, and emailed them at: [email protected] to ask about shelf life and they responded the same day with answers.

That’s it, that’s all i got.

Good luck.

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