Originally Posted by RDW
Any hints for me before I give it a try.
I attempted more thin coats than working with the product as thick as it comes directly from the can. I brushed it all on with quick multiple strokes over about one or two square feet at a time with light strokes at each finish as one would do with "tipping".
I took advantage of the simplicity that the Heng's rubberized paint
is thinned with water
and applied the paint
when the lifted stirring stick changed from dropping a stream of the paint to a drip in about 5 to 6 seconds.
In addition, I was very careful to prep my hypalon with a degreasing cleanser, water
rinse and light sanding
with a fine grain paper. I was careful to remove all the "chalky" residue that can be seen when wiping the hypalon with a dark colored damp cloth.