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Old 03-23-2010, 09:20 PM
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Need Help With My Paintjob!!

hey everyone well im painting a car rite now and in some spots i keep getting these nasty wrinkles kan anybody tell me wat causes them or how to avoid or get rid of them i got some pics below

<a href="http://s184.photobucket.com/albums/x40/jr123045/?action=view&current=Picture118.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i184.photobucket.com/albums/x40/jr123045/Picture118.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>

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http://i184.photobucket.com/albums/x...Picture118.jpg

o and i think its becuz i painted that area before and clear coated it but a cuple days later i scuffed the clear coat till dull and than i sprayed over the patch thats the picture above is that the problem or something else plz hel

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Old 03-23-2010, 11:46 PM
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I can see why you haven't gotten any responses to your question. <-- that's a period, it usually follows a sentence.

If your grammar is anything like your painting skills, you need to hire a professional to paint your car.

The problem with your wrinkles is the base you are using is still flashing and your are putting the clear coat on too soon and too thick. The solvents in the clear are lifting the base coat.

Depending on the ambient temperature, the cooler the weather, the longer the flash time.

When applying clear coat, lay down a medium wet coat and let flash. If temperature is lower than 76 degrees, let the paint flash for 20 to 30 minutes.
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Old 03-24-2010, 09:19 AM
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Countilaw, seems the lack of appropriate grammar is the hip way to protest these days

In any case JR i would suggest getting your ride painted by by someone with some skills. In the meantime get some old junk fenders etc and learn to lay down the paint, its not a difficult task but does take some basic skills, proper tools and patience
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***!!!!!!!!!!thanx

wat da ******* r u guys talking about .......... a friken period come on if i wanted these answers i could of just went back to skool come this isnt ********* grammar skool u ******* ..............and i have painted a couple good cars but this is the first time ive came across this problem so instead of helping all u stupid know it alls or should i say pros can **** a fat ****

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Old 03-24-2010, 12:46 PM
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from the pics it looks like you forgot to reduce the paint. welcome to the real world. you have created a mess you cant fix. but your punk attitude and language will get you 0 help here.
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suuk it

ur no help anyway kno it alls a real pro told me what it was already and i fixd it u clowns
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wow.... just wow.... n
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A-hole

I HATE SMART ***** SORRY AND THEIR NO HELP SO DONT WOW ME ALRITE






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I can see why you haven't gotten any responses to your question. <-- that's a period, it usually follows a sentence.

If your grammar is anything like your painting skills, you need to hire a professional to paint your car.

The problem with your wrinkles is the base you are using is still flashing and your are putting the clear coat on too soon and too thick. The solvents in the clear are lifting the base coat.

Depending on the ambient temperature, the cooler the weather, the longer the flash time.

When applying clear coat, lay down a medium wet coat and let flash. If temperature is lower than 76 degrees, let the paint flash for 20 to 30 minutes.
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Hey Countilaw, dont be rude the guy ask for some help and even put it in the right place. If you don't like the way someone talks, spells, writes or the way someone does something then keep your mouth shut and leave it up to someone else to answer. No he shouldn't act the way he did but if you would of just helped like you did and left out the first part 1/2 of this wouldn't of happened.

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thanx

hey man thanx i really appretiate that u actually see how stupid and rude people can be when i was just asking for help......and countilaw or watever ur still a jakass


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Hey Countilaw, dont be rude the guy ask for some help and even put it in the right place. If you don't like the way someone talks, spells, writes or the way someone does something then keep your mouth shut and leave it up to someone else to answer. No he shouldn't act the way he did but if you would of just helped like you did and left out the first part 1/2 of this wouldn't of happened.
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hey man thanx i really appretiate that u actually see how stupid and rude people can be when i was just asking for help......and countilaw or watever ur still a jakass
You've earned yourself a 2 week suspension, read our guidelines, please. If you want to come back after your suspension, fine, but you will lose the attitude or don't bother.

Chrono, you're one step behind, read our guidelines.

In it, appropriate grammar, punctuation makes for an easily read post, bending curse words to beat the censoring program, not allowed, we pride ourselves on keeping this a family p.g. type of site. Our members take the time to answer, trying to help, a little respect in the way of taking a little time to properly construct an easily read post goes a long way. Thanks, Dan
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I would suspect "trolling". Just saying...
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Wow..... Sounds like fun place to hang out
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