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Posted by Brad Shook on Oct 21, 2006
According to the Epoxy Book that System Three has available for download on their web site, if you apply all coats within 72 hours you will be good as far as bond. I would do the next fill coat as soon as it is not "tacky"...like paint...to the touch. You will still get an excellent bond between coats and it will go on smooth. Remember to come back and squee-gee after 15 minutes, to catch all drips and runs, even if you are precariously cautious about application and see no drips or runs right after applying...Murphy's Law of epoxy says that at least 1 of either will appear somewhere without fail. Plus, squeegeeing will make it smoother and more even, thus in the long run, less sanding. Bon Chance.
In Response to: Epoxy by Kim on Oct 20, 2006