The car is painted only with primer and paint, no laquer was used as it had a chemical reaction with the kits plastic! I had to re-paint the whole thing again after this after stripping all the paint. I named the licence plate 'Cursed' because of this problem and the large amount of other problems ive had with it that ive never had with other kits. (the plastic also reacted with my glue and bubbled horribly so i had to fix that then use another glue).
Hi, over the past weeks ive been working on an 80's MPC camaro z28 kit..
all's been going well, i bought a nice nissan white and clear laquer (clear coat) for the finish..
As i was spraying the clear laquer last night, it all seemed fine and was looking like my best finish yet.. but as it was drying (near my radiator if that makes a difference ?) it started to yellow within minutes, i did second coat 15 mins after the first as instructed to do on the cans. and then left to dry over night to find nothing had changed..
Why has it done this ??
some other info-
-Spray cans were a couple weeks old brought them new a couple weeks ago.. -after spraying the white base coat i lightly sanded it with 1500 grit to make it smooth as possible. -i then waited about 3 days for it to fully dry, then last night did the clear coat..