Couple questions. I know this is usually done with a high solids clear from what I understand. Is it best to lay down a normally mixed coat of clear, wait until it doesn't string and then lay down 2 or 3 wet layers of reduced clear (waiting until this doesn't string as well)? Next question is actual reduction. I know the nason 465 clear lists a reducer and says 20%. House of kolor is 2 parts clear to 1 part activator to 1 part reducer and for flow coating an additional 30-50% reducer. Will there be an issue reducing the 465 the same amount? I have some Zolatone 2:1 clear left over from a job. It doesn't list for any reduction but would a urethane grade reducer do the same thing for this clear to make it flow better without any issues? I know read the tech sheets but I can't find information on that clear anywhere.