Bubbles When Sealing Countertops

I put down the epoxy yesterday on my painted laminate countertops. It looks great, but I do see some bubbles. I am sanding them down, but the question is, how far do I sand? Do I need to completely eliminate the bubble, or can I just sand off the top and fill with the next coat?

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By no-no-nancy from Brunswick, ME

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Bubbles When Sealing Countertops

Yes, you need to completely get rid off the bubbles, and then when you put epoxy on, use a small torch to eliminate the bubbles from wet surface. (07/14/2009)

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