So... I sanded it fairly smooth and after brushing on the second coat I hung a heat lamp to bring it along quicker.
|*Saddle bag lid with two coats of epoxy resin applied*
I sanded that as best I could... but I was truly wanting to NOT sand off all the resin I'd just put on!
Along in here is where I've really remembered myself that I'm NOT a body man. ;) This is the second primer coat I've applied after filling with a spot glazing putty and sanding "defects" that the first coat made real clear!
I'll sand this and likely do one more spot glazing of any small lil' faults I find... then put on the finish coat of flat black I'm refinishing the bags with...
|*Sanding Primer applied*
So... I'd been hoping to do that today... and that's where things went "south"...
Momma nature had somethin' else to say 'bout that. Never thought of the Ol' girl as bein' bitchy... but I'm gettin' weary of her "spring" weather.
Since that shop building over across the way there is unheated... the temperature is 'bout 30 if you're generous... and most of what I'm using says wait for it to be 60 or better...
THIS kinda shut down the works. :)
... and then it kept on snowin'... added a few inches of wet sloppy crap on top of this...
SO... I'm sittin' inside, drinkin' too much coffee and workin' on fiction books and other projects... waiting for spring to find it's way back to Colorado with enough energy to push this gol durn #@$% winter... OUT!
Grab Your Handles and Ride