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Not an expert in the paint booth.


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Old 12-04-2010, 10:43:27 PM
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Using rattle can Osha blue Crylon Not enough light got a run on gas tank on my briggs. Not very noticeable kinda between flywheel shroud best to let dry and leave it alone I think I know its there and you know haw that is !

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Default Re: Not an expert in the paint booth.

Try some fine sand paper to smoothen out the run, and blend the area in with the surrounding area. Clean up any dust from the sand paper, and try a respray. Remember, 2 or 3 light coats are usually better than 1 heavy coat. Good luck. let us know how things turn out. Mark.
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Default Re: Not an expert in the paint booth.

Well I just rubbed off run with rag while wet and lightly went over it. Funny thing you experts will know why this happened. The area with the run kinda blended in as the paint cured. Not perfect but looks OK for what I'm doing. Didn't have a lot of light and this as you know is problem when doing anything. I'm satisfied.

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