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Old 06-29-2010, 02:29 PM
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projects you wish you never took and just wanted them out of your hands

So have you ever had a car or project that was going wrong from the start. I mean problem after problem to the point you just wanted it out of your hands.
here is mine i took on a job for a spot reair in the hood got it sanded prp color blend and when i came to clear the S$%^ hit the fan. I had the worst runs ever really bad once they where dry they felt like hole pits. here are pics


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also this was the hood that my spud welder was not sticking come to find out its a aluminum hood. and here is the best part after hours yes hours of color sanding i burned tru on a spot.
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That sucks, and yes I would say that all of us have had at least one project that has been a problem from the start. If this is your first then I would say you are lucky. After 20 years of painting once in a while I still have one of those jobs now and again. Same as a bad day that no matter what you do nothing can go right. Why, who knows, you just have to get through it and look forward to the next one that goes as easy as pie.
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I feel you its not my first but i am using my new Iwata lpv 400 1.4 and its a great gun and had great results when i can tune it in right. But i was trying new setting and i was moving to slow and i layed to heavy. Now the last time i used it i was spraying to dry and moving to fast that i had major dry spots.
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