So I woke up to find a big dirty hair had cured in my ArtResin. I want it to be perfect, so I’m going to apply a second coat. Here’s how you do it. Once your first coat is cured, so say the next day, you just take some sandpaper and just sand it down. Now when you sand it, it’s going to turn kind of white and scratchy But don’t worry… when you wipe up all the dust and pour your next coat of ArtResin, it’s going to look perfectly clear. So this sanding just gives the ArtResin some tooth—something to grab onto so that over time the two layers won’t separate. And as a side note, if you ever want to get a matte finish on your ArtResin surface, you can sand off the gloss and paint on a matte varnish. And that just gives it a really nice matte finish. So that’s it! Now, I have a new hair that I use… it’s called a hair net. I’ve been resining with this on lately because I learned my lesson! If you have a lot of hair, not a bad idea! So then once that’s done, you just want to dust it off mix up your ArtResin like normal, pour it on, let it cure overnight, and that’s how you do a second coat! Nothing to it 🙂 If you have any more questions like this, we have a really big FAQ on ArtResin.com You can always send us your other questions.