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It just looks like the paint has not dried, like it is still wet. The primer I was using was made by rustoleum. It said it was ready to go as is. I recently went back and re did it this time with a higher room temp and it seemed to do better or a lot better then what it did the first time. If you were to stare at it straight up or in the light you can not tell a thing. Its just when you get either at the front or back and look down the whole side of the vehicle that you could tell. I also wet sanded it again and that helped more for getting the spots out. My honest question is if it doesn't "lay down" like you say, will it tamper w/ the rest of the painting process? Meaning will it mess with the color paint and clear coat? If so what would you recommend using and what to mix w/ it to keep it from spotting again.