So I'm looking for some product recommendations for epoxy resin for ding repair. I have to admit, I don't like using epoxy. I have been using polyester resin for so long, and I'm so used to working with it that I always hated using epoxy for a few reasons, but I only ever tried 1 brand of Epoxy. So maybe there is a better product? The reason I'm looking to use epoxy is that I just picked up a sweet vintage longboard, but requires a good amount of repair.. it's getting too cold to work outside (needs to be above 40 degrees for resin) and the fumes stink up my whole house if I use polyester resin in my basement. So I'm planning on using epoxy in the basement. Things I dislike about using the epoxy that I have, compared to polyester resin: -takes forever to start to kick or gel. -very 'runny' while drying -very thin -some issues with air bubbles (suprisingly since usually polyester has issues with bubbles) -takes forever to kick, harden and cure! Thus you have to wait a while to really sand it well... Is there a product out there that doesn't have all the issues I just discribed?? And also looking for something that's cheap and easily available... like 15-20 bucks for a quart or so.