Bruce and Sharon
Thanks, because of the tight area, the step is really a 2-person job. One to apply the chassis saver and the other to move the light, respond quickly to drips, spills and whatever else needs to be done.
In the future I would use a fresh brush for each coat and each part. It is just too hard to keep the chassis saver from setting up on the brush. I used the same brush for the first coat on the step and the hitch. The bristles were getting stiff before I could finish the hitch and had to sand out brush marks before the second coat. The hitch finish is still not as smooth as I wanted .
We got the chassis saver from the local NAPA Parts Store. It was almost half the price of the first can we bought at a non-chain parts store.
We found UNI-SOLVE by Smith&Nephew will remove the chassis save from skin within an hour or so after contact.
Here is a link for a UNI-SOLVE description:http://www.smith-nephew.com/professional/products/all-products/uni-solve/
Here is a link for UNI-SOLVE on Amazon:http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Auni%20solve%20adhesive%20remover