So I had the bright idea to convert my old Ibanez GSR190 to fretless. Pulling the frets out went great. Sanding, filling with food filler, sanding and staining the fretboard went great. Had a beautiful, smooth, ebony-stained fretboard, and the stain turned the wood filler a nice gray so I still had dim lines. All is going swell. So I go to Lowes and pickup 60-minute Locktite epoxy. I know this isnt the "classic whatever-brand boat epoxy that Jaco used", I really didnt care, all epoxy is supposed to do the same thing, Loctite included. I put a coat on, let it dry 24 hours, and was still tacky to the touch. It'd be raining those few days, so I figured maybe cuz of the humidity it'd take alittle longer. So after a week of the same tackiness as when I'd started, I figured it was time to do something with this. Tried scraping the epoxy; no good. Tried sanding it off; biggest mistake, it now looks like crap and has little clumps of epoxy goop in random spots. Tried cleaning it with alcohol and solvents, no dice, probably made it stickier. I'm thinking perhaps epoxying in high humidity was a bad idea, or maybe I hadnt mixed the epoxy well enough. I dont have any options available to me to strip the neck back down, so I'm going to try to get it nicely smooth and do another epoxy coating, and hope it dries better. If anyone else has suggestions, let me know.