I'm subscribed to my own thread, but AVS is selective about when it notifies me of posts. This sucks, wish I could have helped you sooner.
Do Not Use a Hairdryer!! It is CO2 that makes the bubbles disappear, not heat which may be most of your installation problem. You can blow on it, but you will definitely get dizzy real quick
. I used a blow torch and held it about a foot or more away from the surface. The bubbles popped instantly. Even where you couldn't see the bubbles, they rose to the top and popped.
My mix was a lot thicker than yours. Maybe you did have a bad batch & it didn't mix right. In the individual bottles it was thin, but once I mixed it, it became hard to stir.
The wood flooring planks I used were pre-finished, but I also had a couple coats of helmsman poly finish on top of it. I didn't sand either one of them.
In the middle of this thread you can see where I had large bubbles also from the Envirotex running between the boards. Thankfully they were at the surface so I just popped them, sanded them down slightly to get rid of the rough edge of the bubble then repoured. You can't tell they're there anymore.
I really hope yours turns out. Hate to see you have so much trouble!