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When to use P-Tex
On core shots, should I always use P-TEX, minus when its by an edge? I took rock down to the core in a backyard build yesterday but it's a pretty small gash.
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Generally p-Tex does not stick to core material well. We occasionally at our shop mix p-Tex with an epoxy do a very thin layer over the core then regular p-Tex as it adheres to that material better. Depending on how small the damage is it may be fine to just use regular p-Tex though.
For what it's worth, I've always had good luck just dripping ptex from one of the candlesticks straight onto the core shot after cleaning it out real well, then scraping it and repeating a few times before waxing over it.
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