I have a 16 footer and when i did the outside i had no problems at all with it. I got started on the inside and had as smooth as a babies butt I laid out the cloth and brushed it out to where there were no wrinkles and fit perfectly. I started at 0800 this morning and just walked away from it a few minutes ago which was 1130 everything i read said that you wanted a matt finish. so when i started this morning i mixed 6oz batches of epoxy at a time. I intended to start out working in quarters but that got sidetracked. when i poured the epoxy in the bottom and started trying to move it around with the squeegee the cloth kept lifting off of the bottom with air bubbles under it and i was constantly fighting those as i went to the point that before i got to the other end the first was set to the point that you couldn't do anything with it. I believe i have too much epoxy but i couldn't get the cloth to stay laid down when i tried to squeegee it out. I used over a 1/2 gallon of resin by the time i was finished and as far as a needing a grunge can that was non existent because it would lift away from the bottom as i tried to work it out so to say the least i don't have a mat finish for the most part. Is there any tricks or suggestions to where i can get this to lay down and stay as i work and apply the rosin. the temp was around 75 degrees when i started and when i stopped it is now around 90. i did have it in the garage so at least it wasn't in direct sun. Please give me some pointers as to what or how i need to do this. Thanks.