Staining or plastic bleed-through is a common issue when painting your car. It can be repaired by allowing the finish to cure thoroughly, sanding it, and applying a two-component undercoat and refinishing.
In this article, I’ll answer common questions about how to prevent staining or plastic bleed through and eliminate it when it happens.
It’s a yellow-brown discoloration in a car finish over areas repaired with polyester body filler or glazing putty.
It’s caused by one or more of the following:
Take these two steps to repair this condition:
Here are some things you can do to prevent it from happening:
Taking these steps will prevent the staining of body filler bleed through on your car surface.