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Old 08-02-2012, 09:42 AM
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Originally Posted by skip99 View Post
thanks for all replies, I may just be getting wayyy too picky...actually I did open it and let it sit in the sun last week, but, I'll let it sit all day today and see...the one spot is pretty much invisible now, cant even see it outside, but it is visible in the shop under lights..
Barry, did you mean I used too slow a reducer in the base(not fast)?
used dt870 thinned the paint 50% temp was 85 in the shop...waited about 60 minutes after 2nd base coat to do clear.. 2 coats base, 2 coats clear...the trapped solvent makes sense...I sure would have thought I waited long enough...well, I'll let you know...
That is your problem, you used to fast of reducer for the temp, a 70 degree reducer at 85 is a sure way to trap solvents.
Sounds like you my have gotten off easy, as a lot of other things could have happened, not counting potential DE-lamination down the road.
Fast is not faster when used at wrong temp.
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