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Wrinkling Paint


 

After sanding paint finish off metal surface, priming the metal surface, then spraying on initial coat of lacquer all was smooth and fine. This coat was wet-sanded then a second coat applied. The second coat began wrinkling in spots.

What would cause the wrinkling in spots? Now unable to sand smooth and reapply without the same results.

Linda Gotcher
- Lander, WY, USA


 

The problem you are having is that the 1st coat of paint is already dried to a point where it won't accept paint probably for another 2-3 days. What you should do to fix it is sand it back down put your first coat on and don't wait so long before you apply a second coat and remember 2 light coats with 10 min. between coats is better that one heavy thick coat.

Good Luck,

Gary Kinsey
- Pontiac, Missouri, USA



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