Quote Originally Posted by farmersammm View Post
Back in the day, when I used to do this stuff.................repairs were made with a laquer, and you had to buff it out to match the surrounding enamel. I didn't know any OEM paints (or something that is supposed to be close to OEM) has to be buffed these days

I'm just not up with the times I guess.

I'd be interested to know just what you shot that thing with
I used a base coat clear coat system and just a cheap harbor freight gun.

I dont think it is necessary to buff it normally to get a shine, but this one will be. Ive painted different things the same way and they all shined just fine with no buffing. Not this time. I probably didnt put it on wet enough but i was worried about it running.