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I’ve sprayed the first few coats of blue on to my model car I’ve been working on and really happy with the results. Today, I’ve masked off areas and spray painted some black detailing/car markings. I’ve just removed some of the masking tape and there’s some bits of black overspray and areas where the black has over run a little bit. When the paints fully dry, will wet sanding remove the overspray black and keep the blue underneath?

Also, should you wait until the paint is completely cured before removing the masking tape?

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks

Jez
 

dave

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I usually leave the tape on until the paint is dry, but I know people who swear it needs to be taken off ASAP.
To stop creep under the tape make sure to place firmly and rub the edge to ensure good contact and where possible spray away from the edge rather tha towards the tape edge.

You can try a very fine abrasive, but I suspect a touch of respirating will be necessary
 
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