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    Default Lets talk about PRESTEC products.

    I am getting ready spray black gel coat on my transom, bilge and sringers. I was going to use the duratec, sanding primer and cleargel addative, but decided to give the prestec a try, being I could get it faster.
    I called Sher-fab and told them what I was doing, and they sold me the Prestec 2090 primer and 27x1 A-18 super clear, for an addative.
    I am going to prime with the 2090 and block to 220g then spray the black gel
    Question:
    Do i add the 27x1 clear to the gell at 1/1?
    How wet or thick should the first coat be?
    How many coats should be applied?
    after gel is sprayed, can or should the 27x1 clear be prayed over the black gel as a top coat.

    Ant tips, tricks to using this product or things to watch for?.......Hal

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    I blocked down all the color, then applied clear gel, final coat was 50/50 prestec/gel. prestec allows it to spray more like paint, rather than gel.
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    Hey holorinhal how did your Gelcoating go? any issues?

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