I have been doing a lot of ding repairs recently and I have been lazy on my measuring of chemicals. I have heard that you are supposed to have twice the surfacing agent than catalyst for a hot coat. If you accidentally get more than the recommended amount of hot coat will your resin take longer to kick. What else will happen with too much or too little surfacing wax. Thanks for any advice. Darren
nothing much maybe tough to sand
I used to just eye it… did way too much once and it had a very noticable film on top, but came out ok. I took an old quart can that was for gloss, and mixed up a batch of sanding coat just for repairs. Just shake and dispense… though be careful with drips on the lid, the stuff hardens a lot more than lam does, you might not be able to get the top off.