Can I apply more epoxy after the coats have dried?

I noticed some spots I'd like to put more epoxy on after I saw it completely dried. Is this possible without clouding up?
2012 SeaHunt Ultra
TJ

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  • Dippin BenderDippin Bender Posts: 1 Greenhorn
    Yes you can add more. I always put a few coats on all my rods. After my first coat I go back and cut out anything sticking out. Then I ready for my last coats. Any saltwater rods have to have several coast anyways.
  • reel cowboyreel cowboy Posts: 565 Officer
    You certainly can, it won't hurt a thing.
    If the epoxy has been on there for a while, scuff it up a little and apply.
  • waldnerrwaldnerr Posts: 1,010 Officer
    As the others have said, you certainly can. However, if you merely do a "patch" job and add epoxy to the spots you've mentioned, a transition will be visible between coats. It's best to recoat everything you originally covered.
  • tpintatpinta Posts: 174 Officer
    Thanks everyone for the response.. I'll do a full cover.
    2012 SeaHunt Ultra
    TJ
  • tpintatpinta Posts: 174 Officer
    my first diamond wrap..
    2012 SeaHunt Ultra
    TJ
  • Justins DadJustins Dad Posts: 3,247 Officer
    This is really cool. How did you get started and how much does it cost to get started.
  • tpintatpinta Posts: 174 Officer
    i went to mud hole.com and bought the kit for like 99$. it came with everything to build a rod. I then watched a lot of videos on youtube..It was a blast to build.
    2012 SeaHunt Ultra
    TJ
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