Looked around this and other forums and cannot find a definitive answer for this questions. I am in the final steps of painting my SF, and don't know what should I do after the final coat (third one) is applied. I am using Interlux Brightside and have wet-sanded (320 grid)in between coats. Should I: 1. Wet-sand the final coat of paint then buff? 320-left the previous coats looking not so shinny and I am worried that even with buffing will not bring the shine out. Should I use another grid? 2. Just buff the paint? Although with not a "mirror-like" finish, the previous two coats have dried pretty well and looked good from s distance (not perfect up close). Will buffing cure this? What should I use to buff other than my orbital buffer and the wool? 3. Will the third coat be enough and leave it as it is? Like I said before, the previous two coats have come out looking good, but not sure if this is as good as it gets. Will it be enough or should I do something else? I will like to add that the Interlux manual and website are not too specific on how to paint. And that I did not primed the hull nor thinned the paint. I am tipping and rolling. Suggestions???