I've put three coats throughout the day onto a Duratherm board. I probably should've waited a little longer to put the third coat on. Is it unheard of to apply four coats?
It didn't seem to me that the third coat did the coverage that it should have.
As is, the brightness, sharpness, and color is phenomenal. The Goo screen does have better blacks, but otherwise the other elements of the picture suffer. Funny thing is when I first got the Goo I was impressed with the picture, except for the roller marks that never quite dissapeard. In fact, that was the reason for making another screen. There is the perceived black level that works quite well with the Rs screen which is a good trade off.
There is a small problem though. Slight, VERY slight roller marks still show and there are small pinpoints of what looks like the durotherm showing through. I will wait another 24 hours to put a fourth layer on unless anyone has a better suggestion.
Btw, I plan to make the RS screen the keeper and do away with the Goo screen, OR should I experiment, and paint a layer of the Rs over the Goo screen? I think this is what you (MM) were alluding too, was it not?