Hope all are well.
Finished wet-out and coating the outside of the hull of my cedar strip kayak, and have a little(hopefully) issue. I used a squeegie to start he initial wet out, and was not happy as it seemed too dry. Part way thru, I went to a brush application and squeegie off. I put a total of three coats on. I used a torch to raise and pop any bubbles. The final finish was quite clear, but not smooth. Couple bubbles, and lots of runs. Started with the long board and some 40-grit to knock them off, but in some locations, I can starting to see some of the weave. In those areas, I stopped sanding. Not the end of the world from a cosmetic standpoint as I do not believe they will deter from the look of the boat. Once I'm done with the entire hull with 40-grit, I'll hit it with some 80-grit and 120-grit. The question: Should I put another coat of epoxy over the entire boat, or is what I have sufficient? Don't mind adding another coat, but then there is more sanding (fairing). Hate to put it on, and take it all off again.
Thanks again for all the advice, and again, I hope everyone is holding up and healthy.