With being home much more due to COVID, I've been watching alot more vids on YouTube. The other day ago, I was watching one on this proprietary Epoxy "Faux Stone" countertop system. After he mixed up & poured out the top, He came back & "misted" over it with a spray bottle of Isopropyl alcohol to remove all of the mixing bubbles.
I've never heard of removing bubbles this way. I've always used a hair dryer or heat gun on my hot coats (epoxy). Maybe this is a stupid question, but I'll put it out there anyway - Has anyone out here tried this method on their hotcoats or is this just asking for trouble with "zits, fisheyes, etc." ?