Alright so I got my wall flat and baby-butt smooth. I did my first coat of base using the UPW as suggested on one of the MaxxMudd threads...It went very well! Then, I did the second coat...The first coat was most certainly dry (one day between coats), but I must have been laying it on too thick for the last half of the wall. I left to go clean the sprayer and luckily I forgot something and went back into the room. I could see a spot running, so I ran and grabbed a damp washcloth and dabbed it, and the next run, and the next...
Anyway, I got them all so there aren't any raised dried runs, so I think that's a good thing. However, where I dabbed it looks to be missing a good bit of paint in comparison to the rest of the wall. What is my next move? Do I do another 2 much lighter "duster" coats before starting with the MaxxMudd Standard? Do I need to do some sanding? I just want to make sure the next coats go on properly. It isn't "terrible looking" where I dabbed the paint, but it is noticeably "indented".
I am using a Wagner CS for the first time and I haven't quite got the distance/speed down it seems.
Correct me if I'm wrong, for the duster coats it is horizontal strokes, about 12" to 14" from the surface at about 3' per second with 70% overlap. I was moving much too slow for a duster since it was only the base coat and the lack of coverage was bothering me. Got in a hurry for results and now I'm in a pickle.
Any advice would be much appreciated.