<VV> Trunk splatter paint question
noahsarkinc at earthlink.net
Mon Jun 22 10:58:44 EDT 2015
The modern day spatter paints are a water based paint, and there might be moisture behind the paint, that will take a while to dry. The original spatter paint was a mixture of lacquer and enamel one color being grey, and the other color being the white. Since the two types of paint wouldn't mix, it gave the spatter look.
Paul in CT
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>Two weeks ago I cleaned, degreased, and re-painted my trunk. Final prep step was pre-spraying over rust areas w a hammerite rust cap primer. Added the splatter when I thought that was dry. Final appearance looks nice however a few seam areas remain tacky despite ample drying time - I've even hit these areas this weekend w a portable garage light that kicks out lots of heat in an attempt to bake it dry. No such result.
>Any thoughts or suggestions?
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