now what can possibly go wrong.... let me count the ways...
remember that honda piece with at least two colors... I had even put an earlier laquer based sandable primer with no problem... but instead the epoxy primer "lifted" an earlier coat.... so I either sand it again below that coat, or (since it is a small piece) use a paint stripper
AND I thought it was such a nice day to paint... forgetting that the humidty was high as well! two things dramatically affect a paints ability to "flash" and set... too low a temp OR too high a humidity... it didn't help it has been along time since I have used an epoxy primer and it lays differently than a laquer based primer... and maybe, just maybe it is time to replace my 20+ year old gun. Aren't the sags in this paint wonderful!
so it is back to sanding for me
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76 Ltd "cookies bike" up and running,
79 project, finished,
'86 1200 (Beth's) with motorvation sidecar, (being repainted and apart)
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