Epoxy work in cold temperatures

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    The Michigan spring weather has been trying my patience this year. So far there has only been a handful of days over 60 degrees.
    My cabin is stitched, superglued and ready for epoxy, but the high temp today is only 58F. The manual says you can do epoxy work below 60.
    Has anyone tried working below 60F? will I make a huge mess if I try working at the low end of the temperature recommendation!


    Had to use space heater, use all safety precautions. I bring it up to 70F.

    CLCTeardrop 623

    Yep, used a ‘Little Buddy Space Heater” & 20lbs propane tanks throughout Spring 2021 in eastern PA to do much of my glass work.

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