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Re: Paint Finish Textured - What Happened? Need some Help

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I doubt if this will solve your problem, but IH makes a hardener for their paint -- parts man may say no. CaseIH also has a reducer, always best to use products by the same manufacturer if possible. It seems that the ratio should be 8:1 without hardener and 4:1:1 with hardener, but I use urethane exclusively, so I have not used the CaseIH paint. Toss the lacquer thinner and use wax and grease remover made for the purpose. The wax and grease remover is the last step. If you use soap and water use it before the wax and grease remover. Sometimes things go wrong for no known reason, a little unusual that it occurred with CaseIH. I assume you are using an HVLP gun. Set the regulator on the gun wide open to keep from accidentally moving it while painting. Set the pressure with the regulator on the wall. Set it at the max pressure as stated on the gun or in the instructions. You do not need to deviate from that pressure. I prefer epoxy primer, it is the best available, if you don't use it then use the CaseIH primer. I don't know if you are showing the texture in the pictures or not, I don't see anything.

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 Re: Paint Finish Textured - What Happened? Need some Help in reply to CNKS, 09-23-2013 17:41:08  
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After reading Glennster's and B maniac's responses, I think one or both have the answer. You have the wrong reducer and probably a incompatible primer. I often order parts that have been primed -- first thing I do is remove the primer and use epoxy. Also, after looking closer I think I see the defects on the 140. I have never seen those "spots", mine is usually a small area where the previous coat lifted the paint, usually when I wanted another coat and was outside the window. I assume you are putting the coats on every 5-10 minutes and not waiting too long--that can lift the paint.

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