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It was the humidity.  Warmer air can hold more moisture. If you use a spray on primer or sealer during high humidity the water will be mixed in/absorbed by the spray. I live in an area with high humidity and have never gotten a good result with spray primer. I do have better luck with spray sealer. I usually use Dull Cote. It is best to wait for lower humidity or at least cooler temperatures (which should lower the humidity) to use sprays. Good luck!

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Awesome!!

They look great!

 

I have had that happening to me once, and I saved the minis by applying a layer of Reaper Brush on Sealer, it removed the grittiness.

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The resurrected Ghoul Guy look LOVELY in purple....OUTSTANDING brushwork & color selection. VERY WELL DONE!

The one or two times I have had a white film problem was because I didn't shake the can...that does sound like some racy thing to do...the recommended 2 minutes.

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