Originally Posted by wt bash
I've used it with no issues and still have some left but I go to devcon 2 ton epoxy more often than not. I'd rather have it cure slower just in case something happens I can still correct it without having to heat anything up. Room temperature is key with all things rod building aside from wrapping the guides. Once you're mixed up find the warmest room in the house and stash the rod there.
I've found that generally the longer the set-up & drying time is, the stronger the finished product will be . $.02