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Long story short painted TJ with hot rod flatz eurathane (olive drab). After sanding cleaning and priming by the book i forgot the $#%$ing hardner on my color coat..i did spray it on thin and while it looks great and feels hard I am starting to worry (afrer scouring the interweb!) that i should be stripping and redoing it...i dont care if it isnt show worthy just want it to hold up a while and wheel it.....its gonna get scratched and banged around anyways...any advice or thoughts greatly appreciated....
 

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Long story short painted TJ with hot rod flatz eurathane (olive drab). After sanding cleaning and priming by the book i forgot the $#%$ing hardner on my color coat..i did spray it on thin and while it looks great and feels hard I am starting to worry (afrer scouring the interweb!) that i should be stripping and redoing it...i dont care if it isnt show worthy just want it to hold up a while and wheel it.....its gonna get scratched and banged around anyways...any advice or thoughts greatly appreciated....
Was this a single stage paint job, or base/clear? Either way, the paint will dry without the hardener. As a single stage paint job, it may not be as durable than if you put the hardener in. If scratches don't bother you, then don't worry about it.
 

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what he said, if its dry, if its not finger printing or anything like that, well its there, may not sand too easy if you try to redo it..but yea its there now
 
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