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Old 11-13-2005, 10:24 PM
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paint eating paint

allright heres a good question that I've been wondering about. why does some spray paint eat other spray paint? i was rattle-canning my racecar tonight
and the paint I used for the racing stripes, ate the paint that i laied down weeks ago. witch is rattle can to, the same brand..... whats up with that?

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Are they also the same kind as well as brand?

For instance if you put lacquer on top of enamel you'll have a lifting problem however you can put enamel on top of lacquer with a better chance of success.

need more information of exactly what your spraying on what.
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WHAT kind would help.
I'll assume it's enamel. Which takes a LOOOOOOOG time to fully cure so IF you paint over it,even a week or more later,the SOLVENT in the fresh paint will wrinkle the underlying paint. Same issue with repairs or cut thru's.SOLVENT from the new work's into a gap or edge and starts reacting with the old.
Lacquer DRY'S fast and has a "somewhat" protective top layer.So the Enamel SOLVENT can't get into the paint.Course, you CAN apply too much enamel and it WILL work it's way into most any paint.Not very often but it can happen.
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its cheap spray enamel from wall mart, yea, that color place cheap stuff
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