Re: Paint Disaster, Any Clues?
I would say the temperature is the problem also. What you could do is build a heat box to keep what you painted the temperature you need it for it to dry and set. Prep it all inside in the heated area a plastic covered taped off area that will hold in the heat to make it the right temp to paint. Then after you sling the paint on put it in your heat box that will let the paint setup.
If your base cutting primer didn't set right it could have been releasing the solvent still because it hadn't flashed off totally yet. This solvent could of caused the defect that happened.