The End Pour
A common question is "what is the end pour good for?" For those who don't know what it is, it originated in making fiberglass kayaks. The boat is stood on end, leaned up against the wall or a try and epoxy is poured into the end. This epoxy fills up the end with a solid chunk of material. This serves a couple purposes.
I'm using 4 ounce glass on the inside.
For me cleaning up the inside of the boat is one of the least satisfying aspects of building the kayak.
I first scrape the boat with a heavy duty paint scraper. This removes the any glue drips and starts to knock the corners off the strips.