Painting my mast
. Had one coat on of Brightside over Pre-Kote for 24 hours in basement. Hasn't been less than 60F in that time. Sanded as directed with 320, vacuumed with shop vac and brush attachment. Then I wet a rag with Acetone and started wiping a section got final cleaning
before coat # 2. That must not react well with this paint
, as I immediately noticed it softening the first cost! Isn't it a fast drying solvent? I have the recommended Interlux
Brushing liquid 333 but don't have much left and frankly couldn't stand the thought of ordering another can of this expensive stuff and spying hazmat shipping
fee, just to wipe down a mast
. I'll bet however some of you are going to tell me I can use Acetone for this, which now seems obvious to me. Fortunately there is only about a 3 ft section on only half the diameter of the round mast, so I'm planning to sand it all off, probes lay prime thar spot again, first coat again, and then hopefully clean next time with something other that 333. Is there something else I can use or do I have to suck it up and use 333?