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  1. Technically you need to spray only with Awlcraft. If you are only doing doing a real small area you can try to roll it with a foam roller and see how it comes out.
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  2. I would spray the areas without non-skid first. Let that cure at least 5 to 7 days. Then tape off the areas to had non skid applied and do that.
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  3. You can apply Totalboat 2 part Epoxy Primer both inside and outside and below the waterline. You always want to apply a primer on top of epoxy for the best adhesion. The Interlux primekote is only for above the waterline. You could use Interlux 2000E for both. The 2 part epoxy primer is a good primer for either Brightside, Wet Edge or any 2 part polyurethane paint. The 2 part poly will last longer but is much more expensive.
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  4. If there are a lot of layers of paint, it would require a lot of sanding. A paint remover will be quicker and easier on the non-skid areas.
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  5. There are a couple of choices. You could use a product like Titebond II wood glue or something stronger like an epoxy. You could mix some silica and epoxy resin together for gluing, or buy it already in a tube in our Thixo Product.
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  6. Just ordered Wet Edge and intend to roll and tip it on a vertical surface. It would appear that one would roll this on lightly then tip it in a downward direction as that is the way gravity runs. Never doing it before I am not sure. Most videos I see, it appears the tipper is tipping right to left or left to right. The question, does it matter? Or is the bigger trick to always tip from the wet edge to the dry and stay out of the rollers way? I plan to cut it 10% with brushing thinner. Didn't find this in the search but am sure its been asked a thousand times. Thx, Ron
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  7. If the graphics are the vinyl press on type, then applying heat with a hair dryer will soften it so you can carefully scrap it off.
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