Hello all I've decided to re-coat a superglue fretless neck that I've been working on before. The bass in question is my Dearmond Jet Star II. I've tried to follow Dan Erlwine's tips and tricks but I run into the same problems every time. 1) The superglue doesn't want to flow flat. It forms horrible ridges and troughs and relies upon many coats that have to then me majorly sanded back to be suitable. 2) The superglue dries cloudy in random areas. I used to make the mistake of not wearing gloves, and any slight fingerprint shows up as brilliant white crystals thanks to superglue's over-reaction to moisture. Now even with gloves it forms a horrible white chalky mess in some places. 3) The superglue refuses to dry in some areas and forms a gummy material that drags and crumbles when it finally dries. This seems to happen for no solid reason, or consistently at any point on the board. 4) I'm generally sick of the teargas that seems to come off of superglue as it dries (make this ten times worse when you sand). Even with a mask and goggles the stuff is horrible. So how can I get round these problems? I cannot find epoxy in small quantities though I guess I could use Araldite or other brand name stuff if it comes to that.