Hi. Unskilled client here. Does it matter what order K Rend is put on? Generally I see beading first, then scratch + mesh then top coat. Some seem to do scratch+mesh first then beading then top coat (even split on separate days depending on workload). If the procedure is split up like this, does the system still adhere together or is it fairly tolerant of such breaks? Gut feel to my unskilled mind would be to get beading, scratch and mesh all done on one day then the top coat at the next opportunity. Any advice appreciated, thanks.