Got the power port outline fixed, sanded and then I decided to use something I kind-of knew would get me into trouble, I used scotch brite to take the shine off of the rest of the bezel so I could try out a darker silver (titanium) paint color. Sprayed on the paint looked a little darker than I wanted but I can handle that, sprayed on more paint, let it dry and went back to look. There was a metallic-shag on the lower section. No biggy, right ! started to sand it down to give the clear coat something to bite to and I got a strip of paint in my hands… WTF is this. Probably the scotch brite got the surface too smooth, nothing for the paint to grab on to. Now I need to sand off all of the paint and start agin with a good adhesion primer filler and then repaint. So to all that use scotch brite in their finishing of paint, why color scotch brite to use or just don’t use it at all ? My thought from now on do not use scotch brite on a paint job !