I'm getting closer to paint day on my corvette. I've shot white spi epoxy several times and there's a short learning curve to shoot it without craters, namely don't shoot it heavy (and I have a heavy hand). I've found that light wet coats are the best way to avoid cratering, but I haven't shot it reduced as a sealer yet. So as I get to the point after literally hundreds of hours of sanding, to ready to seal and paint, I'm concerned about the chances of the sealer pin holing or cratering or something nasty as I'm under the gun to base. I'm sure it'll need to go on pretty light correct? And I think itll be pretty much transparent? No hiding to speak of? I'll have a few spots that I'll prob need to hit with a couple extra coats prior to the overall sealer coat just to even the color a bit. As the car will be completely in white epoxy sanded to 600, what would be the best reduction for sealer?