I have been using rustolem painters touch primer and rustolem lacquer gloss. It worked great on about 4 fish. I havent changed anything I do. I prime, then seal with gloss (a few flash coats). On a recent striper blank, I got to the final gloss and, my paint curdled(?? wrinkled). I thought maybe I didn't get all the mold release off. Then the samething on a smbass. On Both I forgot to seal the primer. But I seal a lot during the painting process. I would think that it probably shouldnt matter. Next I was working on a crappie, the primer had a reaction when I sealed it , again just flash coats. Next two crappie no problems until final gloss. On them is was more like spider webs under the paint. Well I thought I had the problem solved until this morning. I prepped two large bluecat blanks yesterday, primed both. I sealed one last night and the other this morning. The one last night looked great and ready to paint. I decided to seal the other this morning and get busy. No such luck, it wrinkled. So I went to the one I sealed last night and decided to test. I hit it with a flash coat( Misted from about 15 inches away) I waited 5 mins blew a little hot air on it to warm it some. another flash coat just a little heavier, waited about 15 mins. Hot air again, just to warm the surface. Then I hit it with a moderate final coat. Within mins. it had wrinkles all over it. I wash every blank in mild soap and water. Then I wash them again in DA. So I know I am getting the mold release and soap off. It has to be the primer. Right? What am I missing? I could understand if I was spraying it(gloss) to heavy. Even if I was spraying it to heavy, shouldnt it just eat my paint. It looks like I sprayed it with a paint stripper. I was told these products were compatible. But clearly they must not be. Right? I should have tossed the primer and went bach to a automotive primer I was using. But I really trust the info I got on these products. Does anyone see where I am going wrong in my process? Thanks for any help.