sdshirtman Posted August 10, 2010 Report Share Posted August 10, 2010 Ive got a small section on the face of my guitar that keeps developing 4 or 5 pinholes every time I spray a coat of clear lacquer. It was present when I was shooting sanding sealer also. I filled the pinholes with an extra dab of sealer before I sanded flat and I thought they were gone. They showed up when I shot the next coat. I repeated the filling each time thinking that would take care of it. Before each coat the section looked completely sealed and flat. I even inspected it with a magnifying glass. So when I got done wetsanding with 600 grit. Where the pinholes were I could see shiny depressions where the pinholes were showing that paint level was slightly shallower, so I filled with some lacquer with a brush. The next morning I sanded the fills down flat. Finally it looked like they were gone. You couldnt see where they were filled at all and they blended perfectly with the finish, albeit dull from wetsanding. So now I just got done shooting the first of my final coats and the damn things are right back where they were all along. I have no idea why and how to correct this. Sanding down the entire finish and starting over just isnt an option at this point. Any suggestions or insight to prevent this from happening ever again? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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