The RV-12's fuel tank and a few miscellaneous parts were sprayed in less than five minutes … hardly seems worth it because the cleanup takes about an hour.
After the spray gun was cleaned up and the tip changed for spraying the JetFlex top coat tomorrow, decided it was still warm enough to mix up a small batch of microsphere filler and slather it onto the canopy lay-up to fill a few of the remaining low spots.
While the fuel tank dried and the epoxy filler applied to the canopy lay-up cured, decided to break into the powerplant kit and begin deburring all the aluminum firewall forward parts with a file. Once the big stuff is smoothed down, will use a Scotch-Brite wheel to finish off the edges.
Beginning the process of using a file to deburr the shear marks on the aluminum parts that came with the powerplant kit.
Did not finish deburring the pie of parts today, so will continue on after the fuel tank and a few other parts are top coated with the Jet Flex interior paint. The forcast is for rain tomorrow in the early morning and clearing in the afternoon ... hopefully I can get the spray session in at some point in the afternoon.