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Hey I have a pair of shoes with some scuffs I want to remove?

Hey I have a pair of shoes with some scuffs I want to remove?

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I agree that you may be asking too much if there's a lot of water over a long time or stress that could cause breaks in the surface. You can take care of the UV problem though by coating the cured resin with polyurethane that has UV resistance (Varathane is one brand that does). And polyurethanes also have a tougher surface than any resin. You can take care of the water problem (at least to *some* extent) by coating with a polyurethane (probably more than one coat), and if you use a marine or spar version of polyurethane there will be longer resistance to absorbing water. Don't know if saltwater would be worse (but if you're thinking of using the item in an aquarium or any kind, I wouldn't risk the health of the fish). HTH, Diane B.
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