Past epoxy window for sealer

Paintsalot

New Member
I have sprayed 2 coats of SPI epoxy on some parts and then sanded with 240 grit dry and then sprayed 2 more coats and wet sanded with 600 grit. It was all ready for the reduced epoxy as a sealer but I missed the time frame to coat it. Can I just take a red scotch pad to the parts and then put the sealer on or is there something better to do to get the epoxy to bite?
 

Carnutsx2

New Member
Anyone? What is the temp that I need to spray the sealer needs to be sprayed and how long is the spray window ?
 

Barry

Paint Fanatic
Staff member
Temp needs to be 65 or higher, prefer 70.
Lots of factors here so with what , I don't know 24 hours.
 

El Toro

Member
To the first question by Paintsalot after overnight dry I will run a scuff pad over the epoxy I just feel better doing this before coat of reduced epoxy as a sealer. And to Carnutsx2 like Barry said lot of factors here. Great at 72 Deg and 50% but that's like once a year around here.
 
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