Okay, make sure you have two cups you cna use for the epoxy.
Put the two parts of the epoxy in the first cup and mix for a good minute.
To make sure you have mixed it properly to get te best results and no weak spots, poor the mixed epoxy in the other cup and mix again for another minute.
This makes sure that you don't have some unmixed parts sticking on the edges or in the corners of your cup.
Good luck on the repair!
The cloth is perfect for covering balsa. I would advive a 90 min epoxy. Not only gives it enough time to finish your work within the working time, but also will the resin have time to penetrate the wood for a maximum adhesion.
I too would love to know the weight of this cloth. On the Twitter feed it said from 18g/m2 to 200g/m2. The "Medium weight" appears to be at around 270g/m2 according to a few reviews, so where does the light fit in? Will there be an extra super light that weighs in at around 18g/m2 or should we assume that is this lightest version?
A response from someone who has purchased this, or even from HobbyKing themselves would greatly help a lot of people decide whether to buy this or not, I would rather wait and not buy than buy it and have it be way too heavy and of no use for my its intended purpose.