This is my first experience shooting Interlux PreKote. I usually use Primekote, a two part primer. I had just thrown away a little under a half gallon due to consolidation in the can. I couldn't bear to spend that kind of money again for such a minor job so I chanced it.
I've been hearing in the various blogs and columns that any thickness in the coat takes a very long time to dry to to "solvent entrapment." Therefore I was might stingy with the buildup. I thinned it about 5 percent and shot it with a lower gun pressure taking care to "keep it moving."
Well, I think it turned out pretty well. My sense is that this stuff is going to need a good week to dry adequately for sanding in this weather. By courtesy of the weather gods I will definitely not be shooting again for at least a week. Note to self Patience, PATIENCE !
Trailer Parts Superstore. Works out very nicely!
It's a beautiful day out. I think I will go and climb Stone Mountain. Until next time.