Based on my understanding of KBS, it is a moisture cured poly similar to DN
and the Pelucid which I have tried. In Aus I think it is marketted as a competitor to Pelucid so I assume they are similar but dont know. I looked into the KBS and decided to try Pelucid instead (for no reason), since then have been distracted with other coatings, however, if it is similar to Pelucid or DN
you will need a decent storage solution. I dont know about propane, however, I the argon I use keeps all of my topcoats from hardening in the can. They have made it probably 6 months now and dont look like setting in the can.
With regards your wrinking issue, same for all the other suggestions previously mentioned. I would also not recommend turning them in a lure dryer along a similar line to what Bobp has said previously in other posts. The pelucid which I have used form's a skin very quickly and remains liquid underneath for a period of time. I can imagine if it were turning in a rotator it would be sloshing around and affecting your pain job. With Pelucid, if I let a droplet form on the bottom of the lure after dipping it is very soft yet dry to the touch.
Anyway, keep us informed on how you go, I am very interested to hear the end result, particularly how long it takes to dry. I gave up on the Pelucid due to the drying time, so will be interesting to see how this stuff goes. There is no easier way to topcoat than dipping in my opinion.