I read some of the previous posts regarding hull delam repairs and know how to do it, but I was curious to know if anyone had ever used "Boat Yard Fiberglass Resin" by Evercoat Marine? I know that West Systems is the best, but I'm guessing that my hulls will take 2 quarts of the stuff (since so much of the area is soft) and that'll put me in the neighborhood of $80-$100. And the Git Rot stuff is even a bit more expensive. So, I picked up a gallon of this other stuff for $20 at Boater's World. Of course, nobody there has any better clue of how to use the stuff than I do (most of the time they simply read aloud the directions from the can to me. "Thanks, that was very helpful."
I'm just concerned that this polyester resin will harden too quickly or that it won't harden at all without the proper matting. And advice? Thanks!