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      If you can get your hands on a shred of fiberglass cloth, it wouldn't hurt to epoxy that on the spot. Adds some stability and protection.
      I think this is actually a good idea, however, I am not sure what the best procedure would be. I have two ways in mind.

      First method:
      1. Apply the first layer of epoxy to fill the hole and wait until it is cured
      2. Put the cloth on top and apply epoxy and again wait until it is cured

      Second method:
      1. Apply the first layer of epoxy
      2. Put the cloth on top and then clamp it with some flat plate
      3. Wait until the resin is cured.

      Also I am not sure if the marine epoxy will stick to the fiberglass I am going to buy (I think it should)
      The link is here:https://www.amazon.com/Bondo-20128-...=Bondo+Fiberglass+Resin&qid=1617146615&sr=8-7

      Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
       
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      Second method:
      1. Apply the first layer of epoxy
      2. Put the cloth on top and then clamp it with some flat plate
      3. Wait until the resin is cured.

      Also I am not sure if the marine epoxy will stick to the fiberglass I am going to buy (I think it should)
      The link is here:https://www.amazon.com/Bondo-20128-...=Bondo+Fiberglass+Resin&qid=1617146615&sr=8-7

      Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
      "SURFACE APPLICATIONS: Aluminum, Fiberglass, Metal, Plastic/Composite, Wood."

      It'll work 👌 . Just make sure to apply the epoxy between both the core & fiberglass and the fiberglass & topsheet

      Also, it makes most sense to do a simple cover job for your core rather than worrying about adding too much. It's on your nose and so minimal it prob wont matter. It's mostly for protecting the wood from moisture.
       

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