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Old 09-24-2012, 06:40 AM
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Originally Posted by cutthroatkid View Post
&heres another thing so I hit it with 1000 grit wet&it'll make ot where its not gone but its flat...its like You can faintly see the pattern left behind.When I do that it gets the paint dull should I shoot cc to fix this even though its a ss or just re shoot the ss&if I do that should I shoot another coat of primer over it?Help me out fellas
You need to get it down where you see zero shiny spots left (those are tiny low spots). If it were me, I would block it all down with 400 or 600 and reshoot the SS.

Sounds like you got heavy orange peel. I had this happen to me on the Nova I did and it was because of two things... fan was closed down and not enough PSI. It sucks.

Hopefully an expert will add to this discussion.

Andy
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