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Old 04-09-2003, 05:11   #1 (permalink)
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2pak/2k question

My new boot install has been sprayed in metallic 2k paint. I used acrylic spray putty at first to get it smooth, but needed to respray it with 2k high filler as acrylic reacts to 2k. Sanded that smooth and covered in 2k paint. My problem is that in 2 or 3 minor spots, the paint has bubbled, probably due to the highfiller being too thin in some spots. My question is how to get rid of these imperfections? I have enough paint for another two coats, so can you just sand back the spots a little and recoat it?
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Errr does this mean it'll be ok. I assume there would be no worries to sand back the inperfection and just recoat it a few times, or am I totally off track and need a good lecturing on what to do?
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give it a rub all over with 800 and then spray it.
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thanx guys, just needed to make sure I wasn't going to stuff things up.
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