Hey, I shot my frame on my CJ last sunday. Shot it with Nason chassis black from house of color. This paint does have acetone in it. If that matters?
On the can it said , " If paint looks pebbly after first coat, immediately apply another coat", so i did.
Ended up applying about 4 coats. Looked good and slick afterwards. When I got home from work Monday, it was all raised up. That gives you a funny sick feelling. This was probably 75 percent like this. So. Ive spent all week after work, knocking the highs off the raised up paint.
Okay. Here is what I did. And here is what a guy told me.
Temperature was probably 85 gegrees.
I shot the first, then immediately the second, then third, then fourth. I don't think I waited long enough between coats. That immediately thing got me, i guess?
Guy told me the acetone did not have time to escape before I reshot it. Hence the raised bubble crap.
Gettin ready to do it again tommorrow. Any help on best temp, or any help at all would be great. A little anxious after the first failure.