The body was dry so out came the sander. Used 220 to take it back to wood and then 320 to smooth it. I could see the low viscosity epoxy in the worm holes. It did not fill them in as that was not the purpose but it did penetrate. So success there. I was going to post some pics of it sanded back down to wood but my iPhone camera went wonky. I had no red in the pictures so the white mat I am using came out blue. The guitar body looks weathered grey in those pics. So on to the 2nd coat. This time I am use a 30 minute cure epoxy. It is 90 outside and that made the work time fall to 15 minutes before becoming gummy. This epoxy requires a squeegee to apply as it is rather thick. But a little goes a long way. I only got the top and part of the side coated when it became too gummy to work. I will do the back in a few hours.