well the only time that happens is when there is a chemical reaction between the paint and something else. So, coulda been the promoter. personally. i wouldn't use the promoter second time around. I've never used it and ive always had good results. start small though.
i had the same problem and funny thing it was the same piece lol...but anyways it happend about 3 times and i have never ever had a problem with painting anything. So i deicided to spray very light coats a few times till it covered everything, then gave it a final coat.
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hmm, most of the write ups i see say to use the adhesion promoter, maybe it was the paint.
Im going to try a different silver on a small area and see what happens
could cold temps have this effect? it wasnt all that warm out when i did this
YES! the temperature and humidity can completely fuck a an otherwise good paint job... Been there and done that...
Paint on a sunny and dry day if you can. And it wouldn't hurt to warm up the trim pieces with a hairdryer or something of that sort before spraying.
Like stated before though, Id recommend just sanding, then painting (no adhesion promoter), then clearing
thats not from the primer! i use that stuff all the time. insted of useing alchohol use ''prep-all'' wax and grease remover. i'd say their was something still on the part that it reacted with. even the oils from your hands would do that.
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