#1
hey, im re finishing an old squier strat i have and i just sprayed the laquer this morning, most of it is perfect but on the back a large patch of like lumps has appeared


i dont know wtf caused or how to get them out, can anyone help?


i might have to just keep them :/


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#4
sand it, then coat like 20 more coats.
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#5
too much laquer too fast?

were you using a spray can? otherwise the bumps are normal.. just sand it down til its glassy smooth
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#6
Did you strip the old paint off? Sometimes when different types of paint are mixed it can fish-eye or it can bubble. Post a pic.
#7
maybe your holding the spray can too far while painting
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#9
^well you certainly don't want just 5.

Ippon wrote somewhere about 27 coats in 3 days.
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