Hey guys. I am dumb, dumb, dumb and now I need your help to fix my dumbness. I decided to resurface my vintage Bassman head and cabinet in Duratex. I got two pouches from Leland, got new corners, jack plate, new side mount handles for the head. It's all great, except for my job on the Duratex. So I paid close attention when people were discussing the prep you needed to do, I spackled the heck out of it, sanded it nicely, I sanded out the spackle etc. the Duratex with the textured brush went on fabulously, but the first coat didn't adhere well to the spackle. No problem, coat two, went on fabulously, next day same problem. ***!! So did some research and some of you might have guessed, I was not careful about the temperature it was exposed to. It was out in a shed overnight where the temps were well below the recommended temp for applying and drying the duratex. Well crud on me. So I am going to move this project inside, to my basement and here is my question, can I just try to do another coat or two inside and be OK? Or would I need to completely sand it down and reapply? I am planning to bring it inside, give it a day to acclimate to the temps inside, then I have some flat black that I was going to paint over the existing Duratex to give it some cohesion, then paint the final Duratex over top of it. Please help, save me from myself!!