Originally Posted by Wand
hi, interested in that comment. Could you expand on possible ensuing problems. Thanks in advance.
Seen lots of problems as a result of hi build. Solvent popping resulting in small blisters
in the topcoat is the most common. Most people apply it too thick and stack on coats without waiting long enough for thorough off gassing, which invariably results in solvent retention and problems. It's a crutch for lazy painters who don't want to take the time to do it right IMHO. It can help you get a nice looking job out the door faster, but you better hope you didn't warranty it for long if you go that route
. I know several pro yacht painting outfits that think this way. Personally I never use the stuff anymore, haven't for years. If you must use it follow the instructions to the letter, and buy a wet mil gauge and use it.