- Reasons -
1) Wooden surface had too much warping or imperfections, and one coat of epoxy was not enough to cover the flaws.
2) Applying too thin a flood coat. This product needs to be applied in full 1/8” flood coats to properly self-level.
3) Applying too much heat during your bubble removal techniques will cause a ripple effect. The heat or torch should be swept across the surface rapidly without holding it in one place.
- Solutions -
Applying another flood coat in sufficient thickness should hide virtually all signs of the waves or ripples from the previous coat.