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11-08-2009 01:02 PM
swoodard23 Yes, only in the last coat. The previous coat was very wet and slick.
11-08-2009 12:54 PM
jeremyb how many coats of clear? if the dry spot is just on the last coat a clear you can get away with sanding with 2000 or 2500.

Sometimes after my 3rd or 4th coat of clear i will see somthin (an edge or somethin) and hit it a little bit and will leave a little dry spot around the edge where it didn't melt in completely. No problems with sanding it out as everything that leaves out the door is cut and buffed.
11-08-2009 07:09 AM
wet sanding dry spots?

Painted my car yesterday and came out real nice with just a few dust nibs and some dry spots. Just curious if the dry spots can be wet sanded and polished up like normal. I expect they can since the wet sanding removes the gloss as well but just wanted to make sure.

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