Hello, I recently shot some gray SPI epoxy primer reduced (slow reducer) 1:1:1 as a sealer over some gray SPI 2k. I am getting a slight texture that is slightly larger than overspray, but can't be seen from a few feet back. I am confident in my air setup running a refrigerated dryer and a 1 gallon desiccant separator in my booth. Unreduced epoxy sprayed fine, as well as some Euro clear the same day with no indications of water contamination. Should the reduced epoxy lay out totally flat? Did I add too much reducer? Could this be overspray from an improper gun setup? On this particular project I'm spraying a gray color with huge amounts of metallic flakes, terrible coverage and you can see everywhere the metallics fall differently. Its crucial that the sealer be 100% uniform. I can sand down the reduced epoxy, but that defeats the purpose. Any tips or thoughts on using SPI epoxy primer as a sealer? You can see the small imperfections in the image below.