You’ve painted your auto, but there are dust particles in the paint. You can repair this by sanding and compounding or polishing the impacted area or, in really bad cases, by sanding and then refinishing it.
In this article, I’ll answer common questions about how to prevent dust contamination and eliminate it when it happens.
Dust contamination happens when small, irregular-shaped dust or dirt particles are trapped in auto paint.
There are several ways dust contamination can occur. The dust causing the contamination could be the result of:
There are two ways to fix a surface contaminated with dust. Depending on the severity of the contamination, you can:
You can prevent dust from contaminating a paint finish by:
Though similar in appearance, dust contamination is different from solvent popping.
Taking these steps will keep dust from contaminating your paint finish.