The contents of a two part kit are flammable. Work in a well ventilated area. Keep away from high heat, sparks, open flames and possible sources of ignition. Wear appropriate … More
First let the sun shine on it. It may dry out and come back. If it does not, let it cure, re-prep and add another coat.
Yes, you can use a high quality marine or auto wax as a final step.
We recommend minimum of 72 hours in a good working environment. Working conditions will create variations in the recommended time.
For the Traditional Amber use Bristol Finish Thinner, or acetone.
Yes it can. Make sure the stain has properly cured before applying and always try a test piece to make sure there are no compatibility issues.
Other than using a stain, the only method we have heard of, but not yet tried, is to use a slightly more abrasive sandpaper instead of 220. This apparently has … More
We recommend our Bristol Finish Thinner to clean up of brushes. Acetone is an acceptable alternative to our thinner.
This is always a case of contamination either on the surface or in the product. Allow coat to fully cure, sand surface until smooth, clean surface with acetone to remove … More
There are many possible reasons you may be getting bubbles. Check out the troubleshooting guide to find the reason.