Whether you spray paint as a hobby or work, you’ll want to know how to fix spray paint runs. Sooner or later, you’ll get the paint runs. These nice tips can get you on your way.
This blogger at her site spraypaintartsecrets.com has a nice video of how to fix spray paint runs. She shows the water spray technique and also the sandpaper technique. You can head over there to watch her video at:
The website hunker.com has a great post called “How to Fix Spray Painting Mistakes” where they have four detailed steps where you can learn how to fix spray paint runs. It involved fine-grit sandpaper and rubbing compound. You can read the steps in detail at:
The authoritative website doityourself.com has a nice write-up on spray painting and quick instructions on what to do with spray painting mistakes. Check it out at:
If you’re into models and get spray paint runs, the thread on this forum gives nice feedback on how to fix those. Again, it does involve letting the paint dry and using sandpaper. The feedback here can probably be applied to other things besides models. The forum thread is at:
If you’re into furniture and cabinetry, this post at sawdustgirl.com discusses removing paint drips and lines. While not directly related to fixing spray paint runs, you can gleam some nice information from this post at:
If you ever get spray paint on brick walls, ehow.com has an article about removing the spray paint. They discuss using compounds like lacquer thinner, methylene chloride and mineral spirits. It’s a good read at:
If you ever get spray paint runs on plastic, manoffamily.com has a nice write-up on how to remove the spray paint from the plastic, which requires more care and attention. It’s a very detailed, step-by-step write-up complete with pictures. Check it out at:
These are some of the good quality information we see about how to fix spray paint runs. Hopefully, you can peruse these sites and apply the tips to help you in your projects. Happy painting!