No just trying to make sure the primekote goes down and stays down. The way the literature makes it sound you run the risk of not having the paint
key to the surface of the epoxy if you don't wait the requisite 5 days for the epoxy to completely cure and for the amine to rise if it is going to rise.
Here's what West System says about one part urethane :
One-part polyurethanes offer easy application, cleanup and better properties than alkyds. They are also more expensive and some may be incompatible with amine cure epoxy systems such as WEST SYSTEM epoxy, although 207 Hardener may offer better compatibility. Test first.
And what Interlux
says about epoxy: Preparing CLEAR EPOXY Allow three to five days for clear epoxies to cure fully. Remove amine blush by using Fiberglass
Surface Prep YMA601. Sanding
does not remove contamination. Rinse with fresh water
and allow to dry. Abrade with 80-120 grade (grit) paper. Remove sanding
residue. Repair any defects with Watertite, then sand with 120-220 grade (grit) paper and remove sanding residue.