If you are within the recoat window and the first coat is smooth enough then you don't have to sand it. The 24 hours is in regards to the solvents in the paint. After 24 hours the toluene and perhaps acetone in the paint will lift the first coat wrinkling it up like you put paint and varnish remover on it. If you are close to the recoat window I would test the paint in an inconspicuous place first. You may need to let the first coat cure for a couple of weeks before proceeding. Personally I like to wet sand with 400x between coats because there is usually some dust or debris in the paint you missed.
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