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Interlux 1001 - necessary?

I'm doing a complete epoxy job on the bottom of my C&C 35-1.
Taken off the VC-17, down thru at least some of the previous Interprotect barrier coat. Next step is cleaning and filling the blisters.

Question I have is this:

I have been told that it would be prudent to put a layer of Interlux 1001 over the fairing compound, under the new Interprotect.

Has anybody got any educated opinions on whether or not this is a necessary step, or can I simply roll on the Interprotect over the filled and faired blisters?

I sail in fresh water, in case that makes a difference in anyone's opinion.

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