Originally Posted by zmotorsports
Just for future reference, when you prime something try to feather out the primer to a soft edge. Anytime you do a hard break for primer and then come back later to sand the hard edge will show through the final paint and clear stages.
I like to take masking paper and roll it back over itself to create a rolled edge and then the primer will lightly blow under the masking paper to create a nice soft edge that is easily wet sanded and blended later.
Just an FYI for next time.
Thanks for the tip. I was unsure how to achieve the "feathered edge" working in the tight space I had. I meant to stop short of the tape edges when I sprayed. I'll remember the tape trick. I may help some. I have a serious lack of painting talent.
FWIW, I'll have the spot professionally painted.