If pinholing has occurred, sand down to a sound surface and refinish. Poor Hiding Appearance:The inability of a pigmented or coloured finish to completely hide the colour of the substrate. Cause Applying finish over dirty and dusty surface. Once you are ready for the 2nd coat mix up some more. I'm not determined to use anything, I'm asking for help. Will probably shoot primer tomorrow or Sat.
Prevention and Cure Use thinning ratio recommended. To avoid poor spraying technique, use arm in full, long strokes, keeping parallel to the surface without wrist action. Use correct spray gun set-up. Uneven overlapping of the spray gun stroke. Prevention and Cure Stir all materials thoroughly to obtain a uniform mixture. The system provides a full range of easy-to-use products and solutions that covers every conceivable need from start to finish. This is on high end paint materials too where they don't have any excuses for screwed up mismatches.
Use a solvent based water-miscible cleaner or mild detergent. Follow flash off times between coats as recommended. Cause Improper substrate cleaning or preparation. As said 36 will shrink and show scratches. You are better off using a true epoxy. I've sprayed a lot of panels to compare clears and the Omni clear is very nice.
In basecoats, insufficient flash-off times before application of clearcoat. Prevention and Cure Ensure all surfaces are thoroughly cleaned before any operation. If poor hiding has taken place, refinish again using correct thinning ratio and spraying techniques and apply sufficient paint. Silicone contamination has been traced to hoses not specially manufactured for spray painting. Typically the scratches show up several months later. Effect of old finish or previous repair, existing pinholes unnoticed. Why are you determined to use a product with known problems? With the smallest nick through to metal in a harsh environment in a few years you will have a real mess ask me how I know.
Prevention and Cure Clean all surfaces to be painted to remove wax, grease, polish and other foreign materials, before any sanding and again before any spraying. Pinholing Appearance:Characterised by the appearance of minute holes on the surface of the film. K38 may also be used as a flexibilized primer surfacer. You got some corrosion protection with some build. Here, It does not appear to be a sealer, but rather a high build primer, probably perfect for your needs.
Why are you determined to use a product with known problems? This stuff is a light mustard color, goes on thick, and is bliss to sand. Lightly block it and then shoot the single stage final color? Quote: My question to you is. I am not a proffesional by any means and the dude at the paint store is. As it dries it will naturally shrink and fall back into the scratches. Add retarder if conditions are hot and dry, or use slower thinner. Take care in overlapping each stroke by 50% over the preceding coat. I'm leaning toward K36 though.
Ensure compressors and air lines are drained regularly and kept clean at all times. Move at a uniform speed at right angles to the surface. As it dries it will naturally shrink and fall back into the scratches. There are thousands of opinions out there and I respect them all. I appreciate your input man, I really do. Chad i would rather go with shopline products by ppg.
K36 shot through a 1. Moreover, you can execute searches by location and by vehicle type. If peeling has taken place remove the finish for an area considerably larger than the affected area to a sound base and refinish. I hope you get it straightened out and give them your piece of mind. Improper dry caused by fanning with air.