By "better" I am looking for the pros and cons between spraying or rolling. Also if you spray it on will you have a smooth finish? The texture really isnt a selling point for me.
Spraying requires a decent sized compressor, some skill with a shunts gun, more masking, more ISO exposure. Rolling is more manual, deals with roller degradation, will take a bit longer. Face value thoughts.
OK.. this is really weird and interesting. ALL instances with no exceptions of this happening, have been in rocker areas.
Never anything high up in the middle of a large area, quarter panel, hood, etc. WTF is up with this? Need to figure this out.
Just leave it alone for right now. It's repairable.
Is the primer used only on the areas that have bubbles?
How long was the primer down before ML went over it?
What was the date you rolled the Smurf?
What was approx temp that day?
What kind of rags did you use to wipe with MEK?
There's going to be more Q's
Originally Posted by DNFJ
Like that all the way down the rocker, and also on the lower quarter panels (near where the bumper end caps would be) on both sides.
Prep there was the same as the rest of the Jeep and that's the only spots that bubbled.
Wash, MEK, 120 grit sandpaper on DA sander, MEK, duplicolor black automotive NON-self etching primer, Monstaliner
Only noticed it today, the bubbles are hard enough to not pop with a screwdriver but soft enough for me to be able to push in on them slightly.
Only thing I could think of would be the fact that I didn't put down raw epoxy to fill pinholes in the rockers from rust that I had sanded to bare metal.