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Old 03-27-2013, 04:09 PM   #1
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Just dipped my deck lid but them removed becaise you could clearly see the dripping, how is this prevented?
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Don't overspray it, drip marks are because you oversprayed too much on a section and didn't let enough time to dry.
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Thanks man I'm gonna redo it soon
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yeah, you never want to overspray, you have to swing left and right and a steady pace keeping about 5-7 inches away, and let dry (depending on weather) for around 6-9 minutes. I did mine and loved it, here's a picture with the full decklid blacked out and the other with it removed, enjoy guys!!
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The key is to do it in strokes left to right. And stop after the stroke and go back right to left. Never continuously spray; you'll get drip marks

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yeah, you never want to overspray, you have to swing left and right and a steady pace keeping about 5-7 inches away, and let dry (depending on weather) for around 6-9 minutes. I did mine and loved it, here's a picture with the full decklid blacked out and the other with it removed, enjoy guys!!
Is yours smooth or grainy? I did mine and it was grainy
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I'm debating on whether or not doing my deck lid. I guess it's easily removable if I dont like it.
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The key is to do it in strokes left to right. And stop after the stroke and go back right to left. Never continuously spray; you'll get drip marks

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Is yours smooth or grainy? I did mine and it was grainy
mine is smooth, I did about 3-4 coats, lol.
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Old 03-28-2013, 07:24 PM   #9
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When spraying right and left go past the end of the deck lid
I did mine and it was grainy but smoothed out in a couple days
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