It can be smoothed up if there is a drip or run if I am very careful. I have done that. By not sandable I mean not like surfacers or primer surfacers or other high build primers or even some of the cheaper red oxide or lacquer primers. PPG recommends 1 or 2 coats for the Omni version. I sand it only if I have made a mistake. Not much sense in using it as a high build when there are much better products available. IMO epoxy should be used as the base coat on everything. If outside the window it has to be scuffed or sanded, makes no difference if it goes to bare metal as it has to be reapplied. I haven't used Nason, perhaps it is formulated differently that allows it to be applied thicker. I see no advantage in that either. PPG MP 170 is really thin, probably the reason PPG recommends two coats, used to be one. I have always used two because I am not skilled enough to get perfect coverage with one coat.
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