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Old 09-11-2011, 05:04 PM
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Strange paint reaction I cant figure out

Im just starting out and am practicing on a motorcycle cover. This is just Rustoleum black over rustoleum primer. Before I painted, I cleaned the part well with Dawn, then after wetsanding the primer, cleaned the part again with hot water and Dawn. I use nitrile gloves always so oils wont contaminate the part. Any ideas what this looks like? It almost has "tracks" kinda look to it and the part was 100% sanded smooth.

I appreciate any help. Thanks,

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My best guess is wetsanding the primer did it .
I do not think it is a sanding type primer.
New layer of paint attacked the primer.
Wrinkles are the result.
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Thanks for the reply.

To fix it at this point, would sanding out the wrinkles, then respraying with sandable primer work?
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rattle cans?

you'll have to strip it, first post was right, you gotta watch out for primer in a can, sometimes it's just primer COLORED paint. unless it cures for weeks ,it will just lift again..
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