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Old 12-18-2013, 10:58 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever put two coats of advance in one day. It sure seems dry after two hours temp is about 70 degrees?

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I would not chance that. Maybe 8 hours at 70 and bone dry, but I wait a day anyway.

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Old 12-18-2013, 11:13 PM   #3
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The lengthly recoat time seems to be a serious issue. Better not to risk rushing it.
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I have,just on some baseboard,in my own house so I can keep an eye on it. So far so good. I think I would do it again. What I'd like to know is if a full primer is really necessary for good adhesion. Might be my next experiment.
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My two cents. Many jobs I have applied two coats in one day. Then the next day blue tape-off (2080) trim and then brush and roll walls. Pull off blue tape with virtually no advance lifting. No problem.
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My two cents. Many jobs I have applied two coats in one day. Then the next day blue tape-off (2080) trim and then brush and roll walls. Pull off blue tape with virtually no advance lifting. No problem.
We do the same, except my guys like the yellow frog tape. Never had a problem.
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I have lots of times. I wait until it's nice and dry to touch. Brush or hvlp. For kitchen cabinets I would tend to give it the full recoat time to ensure it curing in a proper time frame.

I 2nd the yellow frog tape. Word up.

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There were times when I put on even 3 coats in one day. I have no clue why anybody would treat A waterborne alkyd paint like an oil base paint. Never had a problem applying more than one coat the same day.
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Thanks for the feedback.
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I have lots of times. I wait until it's nice and dry to touch. Brush or hvlp. For kitchen cabinets I would tend to give it the full recoat time to ensure it curing in a proper time frame.

I 2nd the yellow frog tape. Word up.
Will have to try that yellow frog.
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yellow frog, as well as blue delicate surface, left marks on advance semi. There seems to be a reaction between the paint and the adhesive. The marks were not severe, but noticeable up close. I applied the tape after 24 hrs, and left it between 24 hrs and a week. Time did not seem to matter. Just a warning. Otherwise, yellow frog is what I use for trim, never had a problem.
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I left yellow frog on 10 year old alkyd trim. I stuck it on the face of a door as a label for the room color, and a couple-few weeks later when I went to remove it it left a yellow mark that was really hard to remove.
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frog tape is "treated" with a waterblocking powder that can cause issues I have seen it with finger prints on the wall after taping a major pita if in that powder spreads.
as for advance, it is a great product but unless you are in a major bind I would follow the specs to the letter imo
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I usually do two coats in a day. I finish prep day before I spray then start next day with a coat. Than a couple hours before I leave, I spray one more coat. In the last couple hours I eye it while I finish other stuff to make sure nothin crazy is gonna happen before I leave for the day
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Sounds like advance is a pita.
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Yes it sure is! But it has proven its worth it to me. It definitely gets easier with time. And I dont know if anyone else has ever noticed but it seems the darker the shade it is the less likely it is to run on me.
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Advance is kind of a PITA because I have to adjust how I do things, which I hate. It does look really good. I have some questions about it's full cure hardness and how it can take a loooong time. I prefer California's NexTech. Similar product, better blocking, quicker recoat imo, less sags, and same brushability- as in better than SW PC, but if you are spraying who cares about brushing.

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