I have read the archives and had some advice on here before (which fixed my issue back then) but having new problems with gloss.
I am using Taupo gloss resin. I have heard some say using normal hot coat resin will be fine, just takes a bit more work to polish up. If that's the case I might switch to that option as I kinda enjoy sanding and polishing anyway. I have also been told gloss resin comes up to a better overall shine than polished hotcoat resin which is why I am still using gloss resin.
Anyway, I sanded the hot coat smooth as a baby's ass. Perfect, only a few weave spots, as good as I have ever got a board before gloss. I acetoned it so its completely clear of dust and grease etc. taped the rail line, checked humidity (50% ish) and got room to around 22-23 degrees C which is perfect as far as I know.
I used a good clean glossing brush, and used plenty of resin (quite a bit left over). I did everything as normal, cross brushing and finishing with light end to end strokes. It flattened out beautiful, like a mirror when wet. I let it go off then returned to pull tape and saw the surface has horrible lines and marks all over it, its not smooth any more :(
Here is a pic of when wet followed by after it cured. Does anyone have any conrstructive tips or ideas on what could cause this?