I am work on a set of corn hole boards and the Die-Cut decal was very fine and had a minor issue in the transfer. A few pieces did not stick and I have a couple of raised areas when it is not sticking. I did a very thin coat of polycrylic to get everything to stay in place. I was thinking of just doing a thin seal coat of epoxy resin and then finishing with a couple of coats of polycrylic to keep a satin finish rather than the high gloss or the epoxy. The instructions for the epoxy say I need to keep the temp above 70 for 72 hour for proper cure. Since I am not doing a flood coat is this as important. I can try to setup a tarp and drape over them and use a small portable electric heater to keep it in the temp, or should I just stick with the polycrylic until it builds so that the boards are smooth.