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Glitched job using Matt Spray!

December 3 2003 at 8:59 AM
Yang Weiqiang  (no login)
from IP address 165.21.154.12

I haev just finished a T-34 in green. I sprayed Gunze Matt onto to have a dull finish. All was well for almost 4 days. When I got home today, I was shocked to see white spots surfacing, the t-34 turn spotty white (yes after 4 days). I reckoned its the lacquer not being able to dry properly before subsequent layers(my coating is probably too thick).

a) Short of painting the tank winter white camou to cover the glitch job, or to strip off the entire paint job, what can I do to slavage the situation? Help!

 
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  1. Re: Glitched job using Matt Spray! - Jakko Westerbeke on Dec 4, 2003, 8:41 AM
    1. Thsk Jakko...so what my old dad said about lacquer was true afterall! - yang weiqiang on Dec 4, 2003, 8:19 PM
     
  2. Had exact same problem... - Kyle Novak on Dec 5, 2003, 3:48 PM
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