3. Jerry started spraying the pearl white base and warns to not spray the WBP like you would a solvent-base paint, meaning apply Auto-Air Colors in light coats. He says, "Some colors are best as a three-coat process, with the last being a light-medium coat. But some, such as candies, transparents, and the new Sparklescent colors, should be light every coat and may need four to five coats, especially when base-painting with the candy colors. Wetted coats may cause pigment to migrate, causing a fish-eye effect."