Hey paint peeps! Couple quick question regarding Acrylic Urethane. This is the first time I've used single stage Acrylic Urethane. It will be shot over properly prepared epoxy primer and sealer. I'm spraying a hot rod frame and when laying primer it took me approximately 25 to 30 minutes to get every nook and cranny for each coat. The primer flash time with the 70* working temp worked out fine as long as I kept moving and paid attention. NOW! The flash time on the AU appears to be 10 to 15 minutes, according to the spec sheet. That's essentially faster than what I will be laying it down. I will be using "medium" reducer and ambient should be around 70-75 degrees with about 30% humidity. Will I be okay to simply go from one coat right into the next, or can I let it set for a bit before laying down the next "wet coat"? ALSO! Being this is my first time shooting this stuff, I have a feeling I'll be fixing a run or two and who knows what else. Going to follow the great tech on here for cutting runs in AU, but can AU typically be cut and polished if I have a little overspray or orange peel? Or am I forced to knock it down and shoot again? Just trying to plan ahead for my paint schedule and supplies... Thanks!