thanks for the feedback everyone, I really appreciate it, I'm a novice so it's easy for me to overlook things that are obvious to pros.
the epoxy was sprayed in Sept, 2 months ago so I think that's ok.
I am using an LPH and painting half of a very small sports car slowly, just doing the quarters not letting the wall drop under 100psi. before I move onto the hood and doors I wait for the compressor to catch up.
It's cold outside here so I preheat the garage to 75F, panels were at 72F when I start spraying, cooling to 66F on the last coat. after that the heater is back on and cured overnight at 75F.
Im thankful for all the support from Barry and the SPI materials are quality, just tough with my marginal equipment. I'm learning a lot as I go.
Here's my Ford I sprayed with Omni and cheap clear, it turned out great.
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Here's where I'm at with SPI red and SPI uv clear
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I am glad the uv clear lays enough mils down that I can correct stuff easily, but it's hard to buff out jambs