I have painted and the paint will not dry, it feels dry but if i lay anything on it magazines, etc. it sticks.
You have not mentioned what kind of paint you have used, however, here are a few ideas.
We might accidentally hit on the one.
Some paints, such as latex or enamel, can do this if the first coat of paint is not completely "cured" before you add the second coat.
To be completely "cured", paint has to dry and harden for a set amount of time.
You also did not mention your location, but temperature & humidity can affect the drying time as well.
If the weather or the room is cold and/or damp, that can keep the paint from drying.
The colder and the damper, some paint will not "cure" at all!
If you used an automotive paint, properly mixed paint sometimes has "dryers" added to the paint to help it dry, but the same applies about the temperature and the humidity.
Automotive paint that is meant to be sprayed on cannot be brushed on, for the same reasons, it may not dry.
God bless your efforts.
Dec 04, 2015 |
Cars & Trucks