Originally i sprayed my console black and was going to put a design on it to break up the black a bit. This went wrong and i had to get it back to the primer. Cause i was lazy and wasn't in the mood i used some nitromers (i know now that it is not good using this on plastic as it eats away at it). I eventually got it smooth again using filler primer and primer. I tried spraying again (this is all done with rattle cans). Primer was fine but when i used paint on console i was getting a reaction in some places (don't think i remember any in part shown). I thought it may have been the paint so as i had other bits to get sprayed (rest of console, bump strips and door handles) i thought i would get them sprayed at a body shop. I got them all smoothed and primered up and they sprayed them for me. Everything was fine until i went out the car when it started to get quite hot and found this.
All other bits sprayed are fine. It is only the top part of console that has blistered. Not sure what bodyshop used paint wise (i.e. two pack or cellulose) or if they laquered them . I have already started on a spare and was wondering if people think this is a result of the suns heat through the window and because black absorbs heat or if this could be down to the fact that i have used nitromers on it before respraying and heat has made it react under paint. Sprayed console in my last car silver and had no problems but silver will reflect more heat away. If it is the paint reacting with heat i will have to think about using some black heat resistant paint and do rest of the bits in the same stuff.
hope you can help