We are at the fairing stage on the 28 Topaz project and as posted early, we needed spray on fairing material. To make a short story long , Duratec has the product we need. VE fairing primer. So, called the plant and talked to the tech guy, very helpful, he said VE products are compatible with epoxy but first you must prime with a VE primer before the VE fairing primer can be applied. The primer went on first followed by the fairing, drying time 1-5 hours. Well, 4 days later still not setting! Found out that solvents in the VE product can soften the west systems 410 fairing compound which causes the primer to stay soft. I'm glad we ran out of time the day the primer when on, we only coated 2/3 of the hull. Much fun was had by all removing a few hundred bucks worth of VE goo. Now we are trying 2-3 coats of clear epoxy after fixing the gauges in the fairing , then 1 heavy coat of epoxy hi- build primer , the maybe we'll get the nerve up to spray on the blue goo on again! Anyone else experience this problem?