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Old 06-13-2018, 10:22 AM   #1  
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So I got my 69 C3 back from the painter about three to four years ago we replaced the whole front clip and they did a lot of body prep work the car is painted 69 white.

Noticed a slight discoloration last year but I was not sure but I just washed her last night and the yellow showing through the white was unmistakeable. Best I can figure is that it was a bad prep job.

Question is where do I go from here, can it be repainted over the white again or will the yellow just bleed through the new coat?

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It depends on what they applied on the body.

I know of what you are referring to and that is telling me that from what I remember...it can be the hardener they used in any body fillers in that area where you have the bleeding effect.

It would be great to have photos of when it was in process or EXACTLY what they did and the steps of what they applied on the body.

I know this had happened to me about 30 years ago when was still shooting lacquer and I had toe use the PPG DP40 to spray on it to stop it.

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I will try to get a good picture of it very hard to see but dusk pictures seam to pick it up.

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DO not need a photo of how it looks currently.

Well aware of what you are seeing.

AS like what 'porchdog' had mentioned. more than likely the failure to not use a sealer. Red hardener used in the body filler that time can cause this bleed through if it is not sealed.

So...it seems it will need to have a sealer applied in it and painted again.

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DO not need a photo of how it looks currently.

Well aware of what you are seeing.

AS like what 'porchdog' had mentioned. more than likely the failure to not use a sealer. Red hardener used in the body filler that time can cause this bleed through if it is not sealed.

So...it seems it will need to have a sealer applied in it and painted again.

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thanks DUB,

I called and talked to the company that did the work and he told me to bring it up.

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Wise move.

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put on a pair of rayban sunglasses and you'll freak. i had a 46 sedan that looked great. bought some new shades and almost passed out. looked like a dalmatian .
Thanks just what I needed someone trying to make me feel better about the whole thing.

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