Had some left over primer & left over lacquer from when i painted my 'V' for the grille.
Have 2 spare grilles & figured i'd use the left overs (which were luckily just enough for the right amount of layerage) to spray up one of the 'V's for which i could sell on (dependant on interest obviously)
Did the primer on Thursday
Paint on Friday
2 coats of Lacquer on Saturday
came to do the final layering of lacquer today
Doing it inside, so windows open to the max to air the room out. Newspapers at the ready to protect the surrounding surfaces. You know what's coming now don't you....
It's windy as chuff today. Wind picked up a sheet of newspaper & landed it right on top of the 'V' just after i sprayed & left the room.
It isn't looking that bad in the pic, but it's bad (in my eyes) and as this would be getting sold, obviously for someone else to use, it has to be RIGHT. If it'd not been on a visible part, then maybe it'd pass, but nobody is going to be interested in this & the value would plunge with an unsightly blemish - it wouldn't be much to begin with i know.
Anyway, you product buffs .... do you recommend anything to sort it out? I'll be buying primer again, but i've no need to buy black paint again
I'd rather not attack it without asking you guys first on what you'd recommend & as it was done this morning, how long should i leave it before attempting whatever you suggest?
Oh, be a good idea to post the pic...