(That’s supposed to say, “What’d I do wrong) So I decided to put fiberglass on my three paddles because I had used western red cedar and one of the laminations cracked. Also, another rookie mistake, the western red cedar was on the outside edge of one of my paddles. Anyway I decided I should fiberglass the blades. I bought the West 207 and 105 as recommended, and did the 3:1 ratio. The West site says: “Clean contaminated surfaces with lacquer thinner, acetone or another appropriate solvent. Wipe the surface with paper towels before the solvent dries. Clean surfaces before sanding to avoid sanding the contaminant into the surface,” so that’s what I did. I think. I sanded and then used paint thinner to clean the dust. And then applied epoxy. And scraped off the excess. Two days later, the epoxy is still sticky. And the glass peels slowly off. Did I screw up with using paint thinner? Or maybe with the ratio, or not mixing long enough? AND how do I clean this mess up!? Paint thinner and sanding? It’s really gooey right now! Any suggestions would be appreciated.