Seven coats later, allowing a five-minute flash time between coats, and an hour before applying the clearcoat, the job was complete. Summit recommends only two coats of clear, while I’m used to applying three. I followed the instructions though, as the clear flowed well and I was able to put on two fairly heavy coats. The clear is mixed 4:1:1, meaning four parts clear, one part activator, and one part reducer. Again, this is easy using the marks on the mixing cups. Once the overspray had cleared from the air, I shut the door and let the paint dry overnight. Incidentally, note how the overspray sticks to the water where the floor was wetted down around the truck. This means it won’t stick to the actual floor and can be swept up—something to bear in mind if you’re doing this job, like me, in your home garage.