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I just shot some sealer on some fenders and I was wondering if I can sand the runs out. I didn't leave my self enough room around the front fender and got a little too close with the gun. SON OF A BITCH! How hard is it to sand sealer? This shit is different looking(first time using it). Help a dumbass homies!
 

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let it dry, sand it like you would any other BC, and then re-apply the sealer.
 

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I have to re-apply the sealer? what if I don't sand all the way through? It is on top of some surfacer.

The reason I did it this way is because I am painting a motorcycle black and the sealer is black (probably fucked it up). Thanks man.
 

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Originally posted by 6Deuced@Oct 1 2007, 06:32 PM~8910132
sand it with 800 wet, then go right in to your base

Right on man. One of these days I will paint something and not have a fucking problem(or not a big one).
 

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Originally posted by Airborne@Oct 1 2007, 06:28 PM~8910537
Right on man. One of these days I will paint something and not have a fucking problem(or not a big one).

practice makes perfect, the best painters in the world still make mistakes ;)
 

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Originally posted by 6Deuced@Oct 1 2007, 08:32 PM~8910132
sand it with 800 wet, then go right in to your base
assuming he doesnt burn through the sealer
 

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Originally posted by Tuna_Sammich@Oct 1 2007, 08:27 PM~8911034
assuming he doesnt burn through the sealer

It was two good coats and they aren't big runs.
 

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Originally posted by LUXURIOU$LAC@Oct 2 2007, 12:24 PM~8915848
:0 you sure?

It's what the guy at the paint store told me man. Fuck it, what could happen? I have a case of adhesion promoter just in case.
 

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Originally posted by pinche chico@Oct 2 2007, 05:23 AM~8914070
arent sealers wet on wet?
u can leave wet on wet to dry, it just gives u the ability to spray straight over in the next 10-15 mins
 

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Originally posted by silver64@Oct 2 2007, 03:22 PM~8917338
u can leave wet on wet to dry, it just gives u the ability to spray straight over in the next 10-15 mins

I would have, but I fucked up and ended up with two runs. I am going to spray color tonight. Wish me luck!
 
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