We also used the alternating gray - white to see where we'd been. We mixed it two A and two B cans at a time in a 5-gallon pale. I used a drill mounted drywall compound mixer. There is a rest time after mixing before you apply. I found that one 4-gallon batch was one coat. It took two of us about 30 minutes to coat. At the end of each coat, I mixed another batch. We continued over two days untill done and then immediately applied the VIVID.
of the old stuff and repairs
was months! We used a 4-foot floor scraper to remove the bulk of the old paint. It had to be kept razor sharp to work. Use a belt sander with 600 grit belt to sharpen. We had it sandblasted and then came the dressing and filling of the blisters
. The good news is that Interprotect wants 40 to 60 grit rough finish. This let me fair the hull
using a 9" diameter 40 grit right angle buffer.