Originally Posted by mitmaks
OP is talking about clear not paint. Most clears sand good within 2 days after clearing. Now if you wait a month, most clears are like a diamond.
Sorry, but your statement of "most clears sand good within 2 days" is very inaccurate. The Dupont line of paints, and their sister brand Nason are extremely hard drying clears even after only two days It is a ***** to sand and polish.
PPG's paints on the other hand are a bit softer and easier to sand and polish after a few days. If the OP wants a quality clear with ease of use to spray and cut and polish, good reputation, and warranty, PPG, and Spies Hecker is the way to go. Spies is way expensive but thats why European cars look so much better than the cottage cheese orange peal of American cars. Especially Chrysler cars. They have the worst orange peal of the bunch.