Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Millen Area,Georgia
Been through their paints years ago,never a good shine from their paints..always kinda of a "blah" finish..
I think your best bet is to do a 600 sand since your way past the recoat window and if you have any left spray another color coat,then spray the clear within in the recoat window for a good bond,did a tractor with their acrylic enamel and did the same as you and then just did a light sand and cleared,the clear pealed from the color a year later....
Do your clear..then sand n buff..thats the best shine you'll get out of that paint.
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