- Applying undercoat and/or topcoat excessively wet.
- Insufficient dry time between coats.
- Improper shop ventilation or heating.
- Adding too much or too little hardener to the paint material.
- Using the incorrect thinner/reducer for spray conditions.
- Omission of drier in enamel/urethane topcoats.
- Allow additional dry time, maintaining a shop temperature of 70 degrees fahrenheit or above.
- Or, force dry following temperature and time recommendations.
- Or, remove soft paint film and refinish.
- Use recommended spray gun, fluid tip and air cap for the material being sprayed. Always adjust the gun for best atomization and balance spray pattern before paint application.
- Allow sufficient flash time between coats.
- Maintain shop temperature at 70 degrees fahrenheit or above for proper dry/cure.
- Use the recommended hardener and measure accurately.
- Select appropriate thinner/reducer based on temperature, humidity, air movement, and size of repair. Allow additional flash time when spraying in high temperature/high humidity or low temperature/high humidity conditions.
- Add the correct amount of drier that is specifically listed in the color formulation.