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#1 posted 11-09-2012 06:34 AM

If you haven’t finished the whole thing yet then let it dry and try it again once it’s dried for quite a while. I don’t suspect your brush at all or the way you cleaned it. I have a feeling your second coat may have been too soon like others are saying due to the cold. It’s hard to remember but in the past do you remember recoating in the same day with really cold temps? Just to rule out the brush try another one or just wipe some on with a cloth and watch for the reaction. Like said above, regardless you’ll have to sand it off and start over :(

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