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Old 02-06-2009, 09:00 PM
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Base/clear problem

I painted a car today base metallic. It was a little windy and I didn't get through. Problem my base did'nt spray to even, well not at all even. Can I apply clear and sand and buff to get to even?

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uneven paint

spraying clear want help at all you can scuff your base down and apply another coat when spraying metallic it works best for me if i hold the gun back about 2 foot and use a Little More air pressure and fog it on it will help the metallics flow
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Nope..get out of the wind for one and use more overlap when you shoot the base..You will need to buy more base and reshoot..Common problem..

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