Sep 17, 2019 - 05:02 PM
Looks good - might just be the lighting. I'd clean all the paint over spray off the stainless sooner than later as you're likely to be chipping it off, if you do. If you just want to, you could easily buff it out, especially if the paint was cured in an oven. In fact, if cured in an oven, the pros usually like to buff within about 12 hours (at least clear coat) as the paint gets real hard after that and is a bear to buff properly.
I like it! - for what it is (an old Hobie 16, refreshed). Now, clean the aluminum of all dirt, get some Penetrol from the paint department and wipe the aluminum and you'll have a crisp, detailed boat. The stuff helps, even if it's very temporary.