mark poulson

How soon can you recoat D2T

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I want to put a second coat on, and I'm thinking that after two hours, once it's okay to handle it, that would be the time to recoat it. I hope the two layers bond because the first is still fresh.

Any advice?

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Thats the perfect time for west marine , i havnt used D2T in a while so im not 100%positive with it, but i am about 95% sure its fine. Also know it works with Flex coat as well.

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As soon as it has set enough that it doesn't sag but is still tacky is your best bet. Somewhere between 1/2 to 2 hours is fine as it allows the coats to bond both chemically and mechanically.

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I haven't used d2t but the people at envirotex said as soon as you can handle it you can reapply.

Edited by jerkn

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Unless you're in a humid cave, I wouldn't want to wait much past the first hour for D2-t, for the absolute best bond--like cheesehead said.

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