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31 comments

Raw_CMF 04/09/2021 - 15:02

My clear coat is still soft after 2 months, I wonder why, even I do flash off between coat according to instructions of clear coat, but it's still soft😢, please help me, thanks in advance, and sorry for my English.

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77pk 04/09/2021 - 15:02

is it a good idea to use a blow dryer (for hair) on clear coat? ive done it before and usually its still soft.

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LETZ VISIT 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Is there a way to speed up the drying time of spray paint tho?
I would like to sand my primer ASAP would I need to leave it 24hrs to fully cure as it says on the can or would it be workable before this? Would you also wait 24hrs before putting on colour ?

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Dazy Larue 04/09/2021 - 15:02

YOU did not mention ROLL ON Acrylic Rustoleum paint that was not MIXED properly…. thus leaving sticky…. HOW TO FIX THAT???

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Julie Mari 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Hi,
I used DecoArt clear pouring topcoat. It made my paintings extremely sticky. So sticky that I was unable to put anything on it, not even a frame. How do I fix this?

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mark rain 04/09/2021 - 15:02

I useed rust oleum 2x primer .but now no paint will cure over top.

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stratmaster5 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Okay here's one. I'm painting a metal swing. It was green. I sanded the green paint and used rustoleum primer. Now I want to do 2 colors that will touch. How long do I wait for the white to dry before I can tape it to spray the red. And will the 3M blue painters work well?

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Michael 732 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Very helpful. Thank you.

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djilijaa 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Hy i have a problem.. i painted plastic many times with chrome effect spray, the result is amazing its mirror effect…BUT….. after 24h if i take the piece my finger prints stay on… i tried with plastic primer before the chrome effect and without, and with plastic primer then grey coat and after it dryes then with chrome effect spray, and NO MATTER WHAT my finger prints stays on that stuf…its like it never dries full….PLEASE HELP ME !!!

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Marcelo p. 04/09/2021 - 15:02

i sprayed my pleather weight bench with regular rustoleum and its sticky-help?

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blumax413 04/09/2021 - 15:02

So how do I get the varnish to dry? Must have missed it in the video. I made a spear and rapped gold speaker wire on it and sprayed some gold paint on it. Then sprayed a varnish on it. It is not drying what can I do to get it to dry?

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Manuel Palazuelos 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Love your channel sir. Is there a way to fix the apparently not ever fully drying surface?

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Uratz 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Are there any sort of dehydration drying chamber we can put the painted objects in that's not a heated chamber? I have 3D printed props that can't take any heat.

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Zanaga1 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Painted today my truck in a smaller area but didn't use a hardner is that the reason my paint wasn't drying correctly.

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Bhim Kharka 04/09/2021 - 15:02

you talk too much brother…

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Linrox 04/09/2021 - 15:02

you could always heat up the paint can and object being painted with a heat gun. The paint can will work better, and the paint will dry a little faster when the object being painted is warm

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CANDY DIVITA 04/09/2021 - 15:02

I spray painted some vinyl fabric… It is so sticky… It will not quit being sticky… I need help

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Bill Nicholas 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Hi Brad. I'm using a Mohawk Black Satin Lacquer Enamel on my guitar. How long should I let it dry between coats? Seems to dry pretty fast. Also, I want to apply a Mohawk Pre-Catalyzed Clear Satin Lacquer. How long should I wait to apply that and since the paint and clear are both satin, do I have to sand the paint before I apply the clear satin?

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Lauren Forester 04/09/2021 - 15:02

I recently painted my front porch with Valspar Oil Porch and Floor paint. It looks great and is dry to the touch but doesn't pass the fingernail test after a full 7 days of drying. Do you think it needs longer to fully cureor could there be another issue? It's been pretty warm here in NC with lots of rain lately, but we've had the porch covered with plastic to hopefully help keep it protected.

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Katherine Ward 04/09/2021 - 15:02

How you fix the problem

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John King 04/09/2021 - 15:02

I Painted out my toilet with Polyurethane and still to this day 2 years later it's still tacky. Painted table legs 4 days ago with a different Poly and still tacky azzz. gotta scrape it all off.

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scrappy lee 04/09/2021 - 15:02

I really hope you reply. I've spray painted a wooden box & sprayed too much. It's not drying. Staying shiny and wet looking (it's a satin spray) How can I fix it? Wipe off? Or will that leave it really messy/uneven? Helpppppp xx

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Jennifer Ritchey 04/09/2021 - 15:02

👍 Great advice! Thanks 😁

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MDM206 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Thanks a lot for the tips!

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Vedran Mrkša 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Great video!! 😁👍

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CHRONIC2oo3 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Hey, Brad! I spray paint a lot of 3D prints that I then have to mail. I put bubblewrap around these painted prints and everything does just fine EXCEPT for Rustoleum's bright copper spray paint with the metallic finish. What ends up happening is during shipping the bubble wraps presses into the paint, thus failing the fingernail test. None of my other metallic paints give me this issue. Should I be waiting days in between spraying coats?

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Crixus The Gaul 04/09/2021 - 15:02

I bought this awesome new cheap clear… got the gallon and hardener for 50 bucks! Sprayed so darn well… and on the first couple pieces I did, it hardened up beautifully. Well the last four attempts, after 3 days I can still press the edge of my fingernail in and get it to leave a mark on this 2k urethane clear coat… something is up! I am about to start using more hardener than it calls for.

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Engine Lover 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Please gve me an answer:

Q: my paint does not dry, do i still need to reduce the top layer of it like sanding?

(I just watch the full video, but all i can hear is the cause and effect, hard to find the solution or fixing it)

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iunes ferraz 04/09/2021 - 15:02

Hi Brad, what Can I do when the paint isn't dry after 2 weeks? Take off the paint, sand or just wait?

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Mark Iuzzolino 04/09/2021 - 15:02

I’m painting cornhole boards using Krylon paint. One I painted color designs with color and primer directly on the wood and then painted clear glossy over. However I got some bleeding in the grain of the wood from the color below the tape. So the next one I painted the clear first with about two coats. Next day I taped off for the color designs and got a sharper line. However after waiting next day I painted both again with clear. The one with clear on top of the color after sanding with steel wool, the clear came out very glossy. The other one with the color on top of the clear and also sanding with steel wool and also wiped down with a little alcohol, that one the color got crinkled and the clear was dull. Then next day I sanded the color smooth and used tack cloth and painted one coat of color and after 10 mins painted the clear. Still a little rough and did the same the next day with sanding and clear. Board is smooth now but clear is still dull. I can’t understand why i got different results. One dull and one glossy. And the one that’s glossy is a not a slippery surface. It’s not tacky but it seems so smooth that the bean bag won’t slide on top of the board.

Is there anything I can do to fix this?

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paralleltripper 04/09/2021 - 15:02

So it’s my impatience that prevents my paint from drying 🤣 Dang it

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