aaaaaaaaaaaaaand it still looks exactly the same :/ Im going to test one piece and see if i can mask the yellow/silver again and just respray the green. I'll let everyone know how it turns out.
Jeesh man. Did you have "Yakety Sax" playing in the background?Haha yea seriously!
Today was one of those days...i guess it started yesterday with this fiasco...but today i got up late..didnt get into the shop until 12 ..im usually in there by 9:30-10:00. Then i saw the armor didnt change so i managed to fix that..for the most part. The cod and right chest just needed to be redone. So i took acetone on a rag to rub down most of the paint before sanding. while im doing that when i tilted the can back up ward it splashed and a blob of acetone came out and landed on the pressure gauge on my air compressor...so now the plastic lens is frosted and i cant read it. Ugh. Later on ran out of grey primer, and i knocked down the bottle of mineral spirits and spilled about 1/3rd of it out. This was not really a good day or 2 :/
Thats an interesting idea. However its actually tacky, not oily. I had originally said "oily" because it LOOKS like an oil stain, but it is in fact tacky.Try putting some talcum powder over the top of the areas where your getting the oilyness. The talcum powder will absorb up the oil and leave the paint alone. Works with clothing, and should work in this case as well.