If you are to spray that mix, by ALL means buy a respirator with active charcoal filters. Cost you about $35 at big box store, and WELL worth it. For small brush work, you'll be fine.
For small areas, I have even airbrushed this kind of paint with good success. But again, respirator is a MUSH along with goggles.
Just follow the directions as far as temperature range. Don't be surprised if it needs to be 70F or hotter.
You CAN mix it in plastic "cup" as long as it is one meant for paint work. A paint or fiberglass shop has mixing cups which are graduated for various mix ratios when you are doing it for a spray gun. Those work just fine.
This paint you can clean up the mix cup and brushes with lacquer thinner.
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