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Dry time for second coat spray paint without crinkle

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Read the can......it really is that simple.
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Is it normal for my finish to be very course after applying several coats of spray on lacquer? Some areas are smooth others very rough


I would suggest letting the coats dry for a couple of days and then rub down with some 0000 steel wool. Once the surface is smooth put one or two final top coats of lacquer allowing each coat to dry between coats and rub with the steel wool between coats. You should end up with a mirror like finish. If there is an imperfection in your final coat, just let dry, rub it smooth, and make one more coat. It is a timely process, but the finished product will be worth the time and effort.

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I have painted and the paint will not dry, it feels dry but if i lay anything on it magazines, etc. it sticks.


You have not mentioned what kind of paint you have used, however, here are a few ideas.
We might accidentally hit on the one.
Some paints, such as latex or enamel, can do this if the first coat of paint is not completely "cured" before you add the second coat.
To be completely "cured", paint has to dry and harden for a set amount of time.
You also did not mention your location, but temperature & humidity can affect the drying time as well.
If the weather or the room is cold and/or damp, that can keep the paint from drying.
The colder and the damper, some paint will not "cure" at all!
If you used an automotive paint, properly mixed paint sometimes has "dryers" added to the paint to help it dry, but the same applies about the temperature and the humidity.
Automotive paint that is meant to be sprayed on cannot be brushed on, for the same reasons, it may not dry.
God bless your efforts.

Dec 04, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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How do I fix gloss paint that dried with multiple matte areas after second coat was applied? 1st coat went on fine and dried glossy.


the matte areas could be blushing from the paint
although the temp was 68 degrees it is the humidity in the air that causes the problem
when covering gloss with a second coat , it may be advisable to rough up the gloss coat first

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Paint will not dry


Could be the paint you're using was old, sat around too long and was not properly stirred, before applying? or did you apply multiple coats without waiting enough or too long in between? You will have to strip all the paint off using a chemical paint stripper. Then wash off all the stripped with the proper solvent, then wash off the solvent. Make sure the wood is totally clean. Then sand lightly to open the pours of the wood. Apply one coat of primer, let dry, then apply as many coats of paint as you want, just make sure its dry between each coat, etc..

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Spray paint on metal door cracked in some spots. first coats were fine and then just a few place cracked. how can we fix this?


Repainting without adequate drying time will cause this. Make sure paint is dry. Use 180 grit sandpaper in swirling pattern to sand down the problem areas, idea is to feather edge the paint so you don't feel and ridges between the transition layers when you sweep your hand over them. Then prime the bare metal, then repaint entire door for best results.

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How to bring back the color....what to put on it????


In this article you will learn the best way to spray paint anything from wood frames auto parts.
Difficulty: Moderate Instructions things you'll need:

  • primer
  • spray paint
  • microfiber towl
  • 300 grit sandpaper
  • 800, 1000,1200,1500 grit wetsand paper
  • 2000 grit wetsand paper
  • clearcoat
  • rubbing compound
  • medium cut polish
  • wax
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      Start by removing the part that needs to be painted. (You can also tape around it, but be careful about overs pray)

    • 2

      Sand the part with the 300 grit sand paper until the surface is a little rough. This is necessary for the primer to bond with the surface. After sanding wipe down the part with micro fiber cloth.

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      Lightly spray the part with primer. A few light coats are better than one heavy coat. Make sure to allow proper drying time between coats.

    • 4

      After a few light coats of primer have been applied, wetsand with the 800 grit sandpaper. After wet sanding, wipe again with micro fiber cloth.

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      Now it is time to apply the color. When spraying the spray paint make sure to use smooth even passes across what is being painted. Do not start painting on top of the part because the paint will be heavier in that area. When painting you want to press and release the button to the side of the product being painted. Again a few light coats are better than one heavy one and make sure to allow proper drying time between coats.

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      After you are satisfied with the color, wetsand with 800 grit sandpaper and then wipe with micro fiber cloth.

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      Now it is time for the clear coat. Spray the clear coat the same way as the spray paint. Only one or two light coats are needed. Allow the clear coat plenty of time to dry as this is the layer that you will see most. You don't want any fingerprints on your final surface!

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      After the clear coat has had more than enough time to dry, You now want to wetsand with the 800 grit, then the 1000 grit, then 1200, then 1500, and finally the 2000 grit sandpaper. This should remove any heavier spots in the clear coat and will polish your painted product up very nicely.

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      Next you need to remove the scratches left by the 2000 grit. For this you will need to buff the surface with rubbing compound.

    • 10

      Now you need to buff the surface with a medium cut polish to give the surface a nice glassy look.

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      Whether it be exterior or interior parts that have been painted, I always add a couple coats of wax to the surface. This acts as a protectant to the clearcoat and gives it a nice smooth feel and also helps repel dirt.


The following link contains GREAT plastic stray paint: http://www.krylon.com/products/fusion_for_plastic/

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How could i put a glitters with my wall at my facebook


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    I want to know how to camouflage a jeep the best


    Knowing how to paint a Jeep in camo patterns means you can hide your Jeep in the woods, marshy areas or in open fields without it being easily seen. Using Mossy Oak's Shadow Grass pattern, paint your Jeep with natural-looking shadows and grass blades. The 3-D look of this pattern allows you to easily hide your Jeep from water fowl, doves, deer and big game.

    Things You'll Need:
    • Sandpaper (120 and 800 grit)
    • Wax and grease remover
    • Lint-free towel
    • Camo stencil
    • Masking tape
    • Masking paper
    • Respirator mask
    • Automotive primer
    • Automotive paint (black, gray, light tan and brown)
    • Automotive clear coat
    1. Sand the surface of the Jeep with 120-grit sandpaper until the surface is dull. You can use a dual-action sander for this step to speed the process. This removes the top clear coat and prepares the surface for primer. Primer won't stick to a shiny surface.
    2. Mask off areas of the Jeep that won't be painted, such as the windows, tires and passenger area of the Jeep. Wipe the surface with wax and grease remover and a lint-free towel.
    3. Spray primer on the Jeep in three thin coats. Allow each coat to dry completely. Once the primer is dry, use 800-grit sandpaper to sand the top layer of primer until smooth. This leaves a smooth surface for the paint. Wipe again with wax and grease remover and a lint-free towel.
    4. Paint a thin base coat of gray on the Jeep. Cover all of the primered areas on the Jeep so that no primer can be seen. Allow the paint to dry.
    5. Go over the Jeep with brown paint, spraying small areas of brown paint in no particular pattern. The finished effect should look like the Jeep is equally painted gray and tan. Hold the first stencil against the Jeep and use black paint to fill it in. Move the stencil over and paint again. Start at the front of the Jeep and work towards the rear.
    6. Move on to the next stencil and use light tan paint to spray the grass pattern. The grass should start at the bottom of the Jeep and reach up towards the top. For longer grass, don't spray the tops of the grass but instead move the pattern up, spray the stems longer and then spray the tops, making the grass stems long. Repeat this around the Jeep and across the hood. Go back over the grass stems with black paint, lightly spraying a few of the stems to give them a shadow look.
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