Pucker factor just registered 100.
Ok my suggestion is someone has jump the gun and needs to take a step backwards and regroup. Everyone is in such a hurry to make a great dip but forgets that the dip is just one small part of the process (but a important part).
The result that you have achieved with that type of kit is what I would expect of someone not understanding the process.
1) S--t can the kit!!!
2) S--t Can the kit!!!
3) Buy some film to practice with like at least 5 to 10 meters.
4) Buy a quart of activator
5) A cheap spray gun with a 1.4 tip
6) Go buy a pint or quart of a urethane base
7) Practice, Practice,Practice,Practice.
8) S--t can the kit!!!
9) If only wanting to do a few parts you will find it cheaper to send it out to someone.
By now you probably figured out that I don't like the kits they are like building a race car and using Lego's for the frame you get what you pay for. Will the kits work yes but in most ways to make them work properly some one with experience and understanding the process is what it really takes as there are to many variables with the kits along with different films which can be harder to work with.