Block that with 150, reshoot another gallon and block with 240, than 400. Reshoot 2 light coats, sand with 400 than 500 wet for single stage topcoats, 600 for base/clear topcoats.
Borrowed this quote from nutt on another thread:
He gives very good advice I should have followed on my paint job. It's very satisfying painting your car yourself if your up to the task. My paint job came out fine except I wound up with waves and depressions on almost every fender. Some worse than others to the point I'm going to reshoot the entire car. I blame most of this on not knowing how to utilize the guide coat and not using enough high build primer. I painted the car four years ago.
My question is how to apply a guide coat? The light coat spray can did not work worth a damn and the dusting material was almost worthless. I'm sure it was pilot error because constantly spaying on the guide coat and then sanding it off puts you into a trance after awhile.
The reason I ask is I might just have access to an empty abandoned body shop this winter for a couple of weeks and plan on blocking this car within a inch of its life.